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We shall remember By MICHELLE O’RIELLY

SIGNIFICANT: Teacher Giles Bartram with Year 10 students Jamie-Lee Byrum (standing) and Aileen Smith.

ON 11/11/11 at 11am Nuriootpa High School community will remember. Remembrance Day and other events of wars now play a significant part of the curriculum being taught at the school. Nuriootpa High School principal Ian Tooley said the shift in education seeks to honour 10 former students who lost their lives during World War II and inform students about historical facts. “It’s important our students are provided with the right information and understand historic facts because these pieces of information are what makes up communities,” he said. This Friday at 11am, students and staff will line the school’s memorial wall, which faces Murray Street, all wearing poppies and will observe a minute’s silence in respect of those who fought during wars. Proceeds from the purchase of poppies on the day will go to the Returned Services League This mark of respect is one of many events the school is involved in to support war history. In April this year Nuriootpa High, with support from the Nuriootpa RSL, hosted an Anzac Day service. During the ceremony the school announced their success of receiving two grants as part of the Australian Veteran’s ‘Saluting their Service’ initiative with $4000 given to upgrade the school’s memorial wall and $3000 to assist students research into the local soldiers through a permanent historical and photographic record. The wall, along with the planting of 10 Poplar trees, was officially opened on March 3, 1949, to honour Horace Armstrong, Lincoln Dodds, Donald Farmer, Gordon Heidrich, Carl Krieg, Lindsay Odgers, Ronald Pettman, Stanley Scholz, Lauri Sheard and Bernard Wisniewski.

In the past few years the trees have showed signs of deterioration and distress. Mr Tooley said following an arborist’s report, which highlighted safety concerns, and community consultation, it was agreed to remove the trees. In April 2012 the school will again honour the soldiers by hosting another Anzac Service, this time replanting native pines near the wall. The trees will come from the Barossa Bush Gardens. According to the school’s Australian History teacher Giles Bartram, research into the local soldiers by senior school students has meant rewarding results. He said students became caught up in their investigations and can now provide more details and stories surrounding these soldiers. In addition, Mr Bartram recently won one of two positions available within the state to take part in the Premier’s Spirit of Anzac Prize. The all-expenses paid study tour means he will visit the former western battlefront in the April school holidays. Two of the school’s Year 10 students Aileen Smith and Jamie-Lee Byrum are also keen to be two of the handful of students from the state to be part of the experience. The students have submitted essay-style applications to join Mr Bartram on the tour, with the successful students to be announced later this month. Aileen said the opportunity would mean visiting the resting place of her ancestor John Leo McGiveron who was killed by a sniper while attending a church service. Jamie-Lee is keen to find the resting place of her grandfather’s great grandfather William Wilfred Garret, who was in the Australian Infantry Force and killed in France.

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GOOD SOAK: The Kellermeister Wines workers celebrate with Boots in a homemade hot-tub. THE Barossa Valley is known worldwide for its wines, but a boutique Barossa winery is making waves with its cider. Kellermeister’s Boots cider was voted as the number one drink at the Adelaide Craft Beer and Cider Festival held at the Arkaba Hotel in Adelaide last month, where attendees were asked to vote for their five favourite drinks of the day. It faced up against 75 other brews from around the country and was voted the best, even against stiff competition from some popular beers. Boots Cider was only released in May and Kellermeister cellar door manager Dave Rice said it was a great result for the beverage.

“We picked up first place, receiving the most votes not only out of ciders, but also beers, knocking off Coopers Vintage Ale and a couple of the better known ciders,” he said. “It has been really popular in the Barossa and abroad, people have really embraced it as their cider of choice.” Mr Rice said Boots Cider, which brandishes a pair of gumboots on the bottle label, was all about bringing cider to a wider audience of drinkers. “Cider has definitely increased in popularity and we have positioned ours more towards the male demographic, those blokes that are typically beer drinkers, but are a little bit scared to cross

over to the cider because it has always been touted as a girl’s drink,” he said. Vine Inn bottle shop manager Damien Braidwood said the popularity of cider had skyrocketed in recent years. “In the last couple of years, cider would have had to easily outstrip mainstream beers,” he said. “It is not a girl’s drink now, everybody is drinking it.” Selling around 50 cases of cider a week, Mr Braidwood said he was looking to cater for even more demand coming into summer. “I have got a single door fridge I am thinking about converting to a twodoor fridge, just to keep up with the varieties,” he said.

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“Cider in summer with a glass full of ice is great. It is refreshing and it is clean.” While the cider-overice is a popular method, Mr Rice said he had his own style. “A lot of people like to pour it over ice, but I think the best way to have ours is just really, really cold, straight from the bottle,” he said.

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one from Barossa Council against the construction of the tower. Principal planner at Barossa Council Paul Mickan said although the siting of the tower had been changed, it would still have negative visual impacts on the area. In the submission on behalf of Barossa Council, Mr Mickan said colocation, the sharing of existing communication tower, was still viewed as the best option. “It is acknowledged that new telecommunication facilities in sensitive areas are unavoidable in some cases “However it should be ensured that the applicants have made reasonable attempts to co-locate the proposed telecommunications facility so as to prevent the additional visual impacts that a new tower may impose upon the landscape,” reads the submission. “The applicants have investigated the possibility of co-locating on an existing telecommunications tower owned by Telstra to no avail. “Co-location remains to be the best option and so it is still recommended that further options be considered to ensure all avenues have been investigated. “This could potentially mean locating antennae on alternate existing structures, towers or poles.”


A PROPOSED telecommunications tower on the outskirts of Tanunda has attracted an enormous response with 116 representations made to Light Regional Council. Community consultation closed last week on the amended Vodafone Australia application to build the 28-metre monopole tower on a Smythe Road property. The amended proposal has attracted almost twice as many representations as the original, which received a total 62. LRC Development and Regulatory Services manager James Miller said that once council had received the proponent’s response to the representations, staff would then consider the entire application, thoughts from the representatives and the developer’s response to those representations before making a report for the DAP. The application is expected to be considered at the December 14 DAP meeting, provided the applicant does not request an extension in responding to the community representations. Mr Miller said a large turn-out is expected for the DAP meeting, so council was investigating the use of another building to accommodate the crowd. Among the 116 submissions is the

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Triumphant traders at the 2011 South Australian Tourism Awards evening on Friday night The vineyard cottage again achieved besthosted accommodation and Getaways received the award for best specialised tourism services. Also, winners in selected categories were Tour Barossa, Jacob’s Restaurant at Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre, plus Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre. In addition, silver or bronze medals were awarded to Barossa tourism operators for their high standard of entries in their


respective categories. These companies were Barossa Valley Cheese Company, Lyndoch Lavender Farm and Café, Barossa Vintage Festival, Barossa Daimler Tours, TeAro Estate Tasting Room, Pindarie, Richmond Grove Cellar Door, Treasured Memories Accommodation, Novotel Barossa Valley Resort, Barossa Council and another medal going to Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre. Winners will represent the state at the Qantas National Australian Tourism awards in March in Cairns.

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ADVERTORIAL THIS year’s Bank SA and Staff Charitable Fund will go to Barossa Enterprises (BE). In 1941, during the midst of World War II, employees at The Savings Bank of South Australia, now Bank SA, banded together to send gift parcels to their colleagues serving in the armed forces. This act of generosity was the start of the Bank SA & Staff Charitable Fund, which has donated around $8million to hundreds of local charities over the past 70 years. On November 11 this year, Rememberance Day, Bank SA will officially celebrate the fund’s 70th anniversary with branches around South Australia and the Northern Territory taking part by inviting

Child and family service returns BE GENEROUS: BE chief executive officer Geoff Blackwood and Bank SA Nuriootpa branch manager Sara Meaney show off the two bottles of wine. Bank SA Tanunda branch manager Andrew Compton keeps a hold of the ticket box behind them. local charities to come in on the day to set up displays, undertake fundraising and raise awarness of those charities. Staff from BE will be at both Tanunda and Nuriootpa Bank SA branches to promote awareness about BE

and raise funds. Anyone who donates money will be entered into a raffle to win win a boxed set of BE’s charity wine, the 2009 Gratitude Shiraz and the 2010 Gardener’s Blend Semillion Sauvignon Blanc.

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THERE’S been an overwhelming response of gratitude shown from parents since the return of the Child and Family Health Service at Freeling. And for good reason, the town with its rapidly increasing population has welcomed the service following a 15-year absence. Freeling mother and coordinator of the town’s playground Rebecca Both says the service is “sensational”. She explained the service was originally run form the town’s Lutheran Hall under the name of Mothers and Babies. Rebecca was one of a number of Freeling parents urged to fill out a survey provided earlier this year through the Child and Family Health Service and the Department of Education and Children’s Services to consider a service in the town. The survey resulted in an overwhelming response from parents eager to see its return. Now run from the medical rooms at the Wheatfields Nursing Home, off Cherry Street, the service seeks to support parents of young children by way of health and developmental checkups. It is facilitated by community child health nurse Tarnya Eggleton. According to Aaron Phillips and Meagan Bush from Inner North Country Health Services, previously parents either travelled to Nuriootpa or Gawler for support and health checks.

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Stroll to the park

BIG STEPS: Organisers are hoping for another turn out like this from the 2010 Walk for Gawler Health Day.

Remembering ‘The Unknown Soldier’

THE Walk for Gawler Health Day is this Sunday and will include a walk along the new Tapa Pariara Gawler Rivers path. Starting from 9.30am at the Gawler Hospital, the walk will go down Lyndoch Road, along Murray Street and then across to the new cycling track and walking path, which will then take the walkers to Clonlea Park. For those people who want to walk further, they can walk an extra loop or two of Clonlea Park. The walk will be about 6km in total, with 1.5km more for each extra lap. Gawler Health Foundation chair Sonia Corbett said she hoped people would

come out on the day and support the event by taking part. “This year the foundation fundraising efforts are directed towards the purchase of additional humidicribs for newborns, as well as upgrading the children’s play area in Community Health Service,” she said. The walk will be followed by the official opening of the Tapa Pariara path at 11am. Cost of the walk is $30 per adult, $5 per child (under 18) or $60 for a family of two adults and two children. Registration forms are available by sending an email to or by calling 8521 2015.

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Undergraduate and Professional Entry Scholarship As Remembrance Day November 11 approaches we would like to reflect on a historic moment for Australia. During the Great War of 1914-1918 on the battlefields of Northern France an Australian soldier perished. He was among 61,720 troops killed in action. The impact of the first war on Australia was incredible; everyone was affected. There was this fresh, optimistic country that suddenly lost thousands and thousands of its young men on foreign soil. It was so far away people couldn’t see the graves; people were denied this part of grieving. Almost two thirds of Australia’s 35,000 unknown dead were killed in WWI. From a population of four million, 420,000 young Australians enlisted and 61,720 never came back - 20,000 more than the number that died in WWII. The Unknown Soldier’s remains were boarded onto a Qantas 747 “The Spirit of Remembrance” for the return to Australia. The final and most important ceremony began on the morning of November 11, 1993. We remember the courage, endurance, mateship, good humour, the survival of a sense of self worth and decency in the face of dreadful odds. As members of the Australian Funeral Directors Association we are proud to be part of the history of bringing our Unknown Soldier home. The Australian Funeral Directors Association provided consultancy in funeral arrangements, the exhumation, the provision of the coffin and associated packaging for the transfer and entombment of the Unknown Soldier in the Australian War Memorial, Canberra and funded the tomb in which the Unknown Soldier lies. LEST WE FORGET An Unknown Australian Soldier Killed in War of 1914-1918 He symbolises all Australians who have died in War

The Hon John Hill MP, Minister for Health is inviting applications for the 2012 Country Health SA Scholarships. The Country Health SA Undergraduate and Professional Entry Scholarships provide $5,000 per year for up to four years of study. Scholarships are awarded to students from rural SA currently studying, or about to commence an undergraduate degree or professional entry course full time at University in a discipline which will gain them employment in a rural health unit. Examples of eligible disciplines include Medicine, Nursing, Allied Health (e.g. Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology, and Physiotherapy), Business, and Aboriginal Studies. To be eligible for these scholarships, students must agree to work for Country Health SA upon successful completion of their studies for a period equivalent to the scholarship awarded. For the 2012 intake, Country Health Advisory Councils will help select scholarship winners from rural applicants. In addition, two scholarships are being offered under the Country Health SA/ SA Ambulance Service Volunteer Scholarship scheme for students studying their Bachelor of Health Sciences (Paramedic) undergraduate degree at University and who are currently volunteers with the SA Ambulance Service. This scholarship also provides $5,000 per year for up to four years of study. Applicants should make themselves familiar with terms and conditions related to both the scholarship and the University course. CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS FRIDAY DECEMBER 30th 2011. If you would like further information about the Scholarships or for an application form please visit:


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2000 COROLLA ACCENT A RIPPER family-friendly fundraiser is seeing a Barossa couple hand over thousands of dollars to charity. In 2010, Alex and Tamara Whitford, who run Barossa Valley Collision at Tanunda, hosted their first Cruise for a Cause event and gave away $7500. This year the couple hope to raise $10,000 with proceeds to assist the Movember Foundation, which supports research and creates awareness of prostate cancer and depression through Beyond Blue. Alex said the cruise works simply by anyone wanting to register their car for $20 to become part of a cruise taking in different sights throughout the region. Last year about 150 cars joined in on the Saturday event and Alex is optimistic about 300 will register their interest for the November 26 cruise.

“I guess what really supports the event is any (roadworthy) car can be entered and the $20 covers the car, so a carload of people can be part of the cruise,” he said. The cruise will start at the Angaston oval from 10am with cars to take off from noon. Entrants will then follow in cavalcade style to Mt Pleasant, Birdwood, Kersbrook and head back to Tanunda. This year the couple has organised for a section of Murray Street to be closed to traffic for a show and shine and street party to finish at 10pm. The street party will mean Alex can show off his 76 Pontiac Grand Prix vehicle, one of only two of its kind registered in Australia. On the night, Alex and Tamara have organised a variety of alternative food

stalls including hot donuts and popcorn to complement Murray Street food traders. Live music will be provided by Barking Ants in front of the Visitor Information Centre, a face painter will be on hand for children and t-shirts highlighting the 2011 Cruise for a Cause will be available for $15. In addition a super truck will be on display. Tamara explained the cruise and street party are an affordable way for families wanting to see some sights and be part of a social atmosphere. The event, run by Barossa Valley Collision, is supported by major sponsors BV Crane Hire, Sprint Auto Parts, Shannons, UltraTune, and Gawler Mechanical. For more details or to register a vehicle, give Alex a call on 8563 2482.


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Martin fit for honour

Drinking water on tap FILTERED drinking water is now available at some popular ovals and parks across the Barossa Valley. A joint project between Inner North Country Health Services and Barossa Council has seen six taps installed at parks and reserves across the region. The filtered water taps are located at the Tanunda Oval Park, Angaston


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Fitness Australia, in celebrating a decade of growth, development and transformation, wanted to recognise the hard work and commitment of visionary people who volunteered their time and expertise in its creation. In order to recognise these achievements, it produced the ‘awards of honour’ program, which included the industry ‘roll of honour’. Mr Martin’s inclusion recognises his volunteer efforts in facilitating and contributing to the establishment of Fitness Australia. He has been the general manager of Starplex, an award-winning sports, training, arts and recreation provider owned by Trinity College, since it opened in 2000.

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STARPLEX general manager Dale Martin has been inducted into a national fitness industry ‘roll of honour’. For the past decade, Mr Martin has been heavily involved as a volunteer in setting up the contemporary Fitness Australia Association, after being president of Recreation SA, which at the time was the peak industry body for fitness, community and outdoor recreation in South Australia. When the national body for fitness was being established, Mr Martin and others spent months negotiating between equivalent bodies in other states with a mission to create a fitter, healthier Australia. “There was a need at the time for a national industry body to help lobby the Federal Government and attract funding,” Mr Martin said. “When president of Recreation SA, I used to meet annually with industry leaders from other states and talk, which led to the formation of the national body. “To be recognised in the ‘roll of honour’ is an acknowledgment of the volunteer work in the past of not only myself, but others, which is pleasing. “But more importantly, it demonstrates Starplex and Gawler are operating with an understanding of what is happening in the fitness industry Australia wide, and we are on the cutting edge.”

Memorial Reserve, Lyndoch Oval, Curdnatta Park at Sandy Creek, Queen Victoria Jubilee Park at Williamstown and Tolley Reserve Skate Park at Nuriootpa. The project was funded by a $10,000 primary health care grant through Healthy Communities and the taps will be maintained by Barossa Council.

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Views expressed in the Letters to the editor are not those of the Herald. We welcome topical letters, with preference to letters of no more than 200 words. All letters are checked for authenticity. Pseudonyms are not acceptable. Mail your letters to: The editor, PO Box 43, Tanunda, SA, 5352. Fax: 8563 3655. E-mail: On the buses I FOUND it quite funny that John Dawkins is getting complaints about the shuttle rail buses (Herald, Oct 26). I, and many daily commuters, have been more than impressed with the way Trans Adelaide has accommodated for the lines being replaced. The first week, yes, there were some teething problems but that was to be expected. The buses are roadworthy and reliable, and as for air conditioning do the morons who are whinging realise we have not had any hot weather to warrant having an air conditioner on. Most of the old trains had no heating/cooling anyway. I have been commuting from Gawler to Adelaide for the past 15 years and like the last Mawson to Adelaide line closure I was more than happy with the service. My only complaint with Trans Adelaide is there is no public rail/bus service to the Barossa. So all you whingers out there ‘toughen up princesses’ and get a life. Wendy Howett Barossa Wind farms I write in response to this press release from the Regional Council of Goyder. The State Government has introduced a number of changes to how wind farms are assessed and the approval process. The changes are primarily to facilitate further growth in the wind industry in South Australia.

Of particular note in the state government changes is a dramatic reduction in public consultation, the removal of third party appeal rights and the designation of wind farms as ‘essential infrastructure’ and part of the ‘desired character’ for the region. This includes our world class wine, food and agriculturally precious Barossa Valley. Under the previous Development Plan and legislative framework, all wind farms and most associated development are processed as Category Three for public notification purposes. The state government (through the Minister for Urban Planning) has introduced a number of changes to council’s Development Plan, through a ‘Ministerial Development Plan Amendment’. This Development Plan amendment has introduced a number of policy changes, directly affecting the way in which wind farms and associated development is processed and assessed. Notably, the changes have designated wind farms and associated development as (generally) Category Two for public notification purposes. The state government has also introduced ‘management’ techniques to lessen the visual impact of wind farms, including the introduction of a requirement of a one kilometre setback between wind farms and dwellings, a two km setback distance between wind

farms and residential area, vegetation buffers for screening, regular spacing of turbines and consistency between size and shape of turbines. This state government proposal wants “vegetation buffers for screening?”. Does the Government have a new species list of trees which will be over 145 metres tall? If so, what are they and what are their preferred growing conditions? Will they grow in rocky conditions and low rainfall? How densely will they be planted, how quickly will they grow and how close to turbines? Will there be diversity in plantings? Will the birds attracted to these ‘screen’ plantings be killed by nearby turbine blades which could be rotating at up to 200kms per hour? Or is this just another aspect of an unrealistic, ill thought through plan to shove onto tax paying citizens to make it appear that green energy is the answer we all wish it could be? This new proposal to allow directly adjoining landowners to be given notice of the proposed development, without any right to object or appeal a council decision, borders on dictatorship and the complete removal of our individual democratic rights. If we, as citizens living in one of the most beautiful heritage and culturally significant areas of Australia do not object to this we are in grave trouble. This whole state will be and is

already planned to be inundated by wind turbines in the most unimaginable way. Every range in this state is under threat. There are wind monitors already on many ranges throughout the state and planning approval for many wind farms and applications for many more. We must object in the most serious manner to this or noone will want to come and visit our lovely countryside which will be completely littered with these monsters. Write a submission now or before 5pm on December 13, regarding the Ministerial Development Plan Amendment, directly to the Department of Planning and Local Government via email at and addresses to The Presiding Member, Development Policy Advisory Committee, Statewide Wind Farms Development Plan Amendment, c/- Department of Planning and Local Government, GPO Box 1815, Adelaide SA 5001. C Connors Angaston More wind objections On ABC News last Friday Joe Keynes, a landholder hosting turbines in the proposed Keyneton/Eden Valley industrial wind turbine power station, was inter viewed. Mr Keynes says people have different opinions about the visual impact of the turbines and that, says Mr Keynes is “fair enough”.

He think’s, to quote him, “it’s a small price to pay for the benefit they are going to create providing for our green clean energy future”. In my opinion, it’s not the visual impact alone that is of major concern, among many other concerns, one is the close proximity to people and animals and the detrimental impacts on health that are known to be caused by turbines. These proposed turbines are the largest in the southern hemisphere, at just under 150m tall. We do not know the impacts such a development may have if allowed to proceed. Is it intended that we will be the latest experiment? Perhaps we are, as many already have been, considered viable collateral damage? The claims that these projects are “clean and green”, I suggest, is debatable. This debate needs to be had before we continue to litter the landscape with turbines and harm the environment and those living near these developments. In my opinion, “clean energy” has become “dirty business”. Mr Keynes, as a host landholder who has, as he says has signed agreements with Pacific Hydro. If the proposal is allowed to go ahead Mr Keynes will stand to make a lot of money based on figures Pacific Hydro has publicly declared. Mr Keynes speaks of “a small price to pay”…who’s paying? What “price” can be put on the natural sunrise over the hills?

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8.45am T HC. Tanunda Lutheran Home: Worship 10.30am. Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church: Combined service with St Matthew, Hahndorf, 10am at Mt Torrens Oval, R Seidel preaching, followed by Sunday School Picnic. ANGLICAN CHURCH Anglican Parish of Barossa: Angaston: 10.30am HC SdK. Communion service at Barossa Village. Kapunda Anglican Parish: Kapunda: 9.15am HC; Point Pass: 11.15am HC. Mt Pleasant: 1st Sunday 8.30am, all other Sundays 9am. Enquiries to Hazel Wilton, Warden on 8568 2042. UNITING CHURCH Barossa Congregations: Nuri: 9am Chap HC; Tan: 11am Chap HC; Ang: 11am Taplin HC. Truro: 9am Taplin HC. Gawler Parish: Gawler: 9.30am Littleford, 5pm Littleford; Sandy Creek: 9am van Dyk; Williamstown: 10am Polkinghorne. Kersbrook: 10am. Enquiries: 8389 3114. Light Parish: Kapunda: 9.15am Ro Olafsen; Eudunda: 9.30am Gary Hawke. BAPTIST CHURCH Barossa Community Church: 10am Barossa Junction Motel/Conference Centre, Barossa Valley Way, Tan, Pastor Richard Ansoul. Ph: 8563 2158. Lyndoch Baptist Church: Kauffman Ave, Lyndoch: 10am. All welcome. Enquiries to Pastor Tony Edwards on 8564 3001. CATHOLIC CHURCH PARISHES Northern Light Catholic Parish: Nuri: 1st & 3rd Sat 6.30pm, 2nd & 5th Sun 10.30am, 4th Sun 9am; Kapunda: 4th Sat 6.30pm, 1st & 3rd Sun 10.30am, 2nd & 5th Sun 9am; Freeling: 1st Sun 9am, 4th Sun 10.30am, 5th Sun 5pm; Tarlee: 3rd Sun 9am. Parish Office: Ph 8566 2064. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Barossa: 1 Old Kapunda Rd, Nuri; Sat 9.30am Family Bible Study, 11am Family Worship. ASSEMBLIES OF GOD Barossa New Life Centre: Sunday 10am at the roundabout, cnr Barossa Valley Way & Siegersdorf Road, Dorrien. 4pm at Mt Pleasant Anglican Church Hall, Melrose St. All welcome. Pastor Diane

What “price” can be put on the natural moonrise over the hills? To build your life of choice and make your home, sometimes your business, in a place that you love, and as a consequence of such a development, have this devalued, is not a small price to pay. Personally I could not be paid any amount of money to take what is “priceless” away from others. As Mr Keynes is putting a “price” on these effects, I wonder, what “price” he puts on the health and wellbeing of people or communities? What “price” would he put on my three-year-old son’s well being? What “price” does he put on the landscape and the animals in it? What “price” does he put on people having to leave their homes and communities due to these developments having such a negative impact on the lives they value? Coal fire energy, which is used to sustain industrial wind turbines, is no doubt harmful; however wind turbine energy is not, by a longshot, the safe, clean, green energy producer it is claimed, by some, to be. I and many others, now more informed on the subject, are calling for independent studies to be undertaken and until results of this are released, a moratorium put in place to halt further development within a 10km radius of people’s homes. In our attempts to protect the planet, let’s not destroy it. Hiedi Smith Keyneton

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Golden advice from Gurus THE Golden Gurus mentoring service has opened at the Volunteering Barossa and Light office in Nuriootpa. Golden Gurus offers mentoring for professionals in the notfor-profit sector, providing peer support from outside of their organisation. Maurie Dow from Volunteering Barossa & Light will promote and co-ordinate Golden Gurus in the Barossa and Light areas. “It’s a fantastic program and I want it to be available to people in our region,” Mr Dow said. “The mentors have a wealth of knowledge and experience and I want them to be able to share it with people here.”

An information evening will be held for local people working for notfor-profit organisations at the Barossa Council chambers on Thursday, November 24 from 4pm to 5.30pm. They will get to hear from their peers about the benefits of mentoring and how they can get involved. Those people interested in becoming mentors are also invited to attend. Golden Gurus need to be aged 50 or over and be retired or semi-retired. Call Maurie Dow 8563 8495 to register your interest in attending or email

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s we race into the festive season with Father Christmas due to appear this Saturday it is worth thinking about the always important issue of road safety. The state government and police are always coming up with plans to try and reduce the road toll. Changing the speed limit is always one option but motorists (especially city) complain that you have to keep your wits about you with often many changes over a short distance. But isn’t that the point. Every time a driver straps themselves behind the wheel of a car or chooses to hop aboard a motor bike shouldn’t they have their wits about them at all times? Yes changes in speed limits can be frustrating but they are in place for a reason - authorities believe they can help save lives or prevent road accidents. But unfortunately the government cannot legislate for common sense. While cars and bikes are brilliant

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items for getting from point A to destination B, they have to be respected for what they are potential murder weapons. Harsh, yes, but it is a fact. Quite appropriately, this editorial is on the police page where each week there are reports of people who have abused the privilege of possessing a driver’s licence. Our readers look at police news to see what crime has been committed recently, possibly identify a criminal and see some of the bizarre actions by individuals who obviously didn’t use their common sense at some stage. It is basic but don’t speed and you won’t be in police news, don’t drink and drive and the same result. Simply obey the rules of the road and you lessen the chance of being in a road accident. Sadly, you then have to worry about someone else and whether they are following the road rules and using their common sense. Don’t know about you but I know I couldn’t imagine having to live my life knowing I had been responsible for someone’s death because I hadn’t used common sense when out driving.

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ARRESTS • A 23-year-old man from Yatala Prison was arrested this month by the Police Police for serious criminal trespass and theft. • A 19-year-old Pinery man was arrested on November 1 by the Gawler Police for theft . • A 48-year-old male from Evanston Gardens was arrested on November 1 by the Gawler Police for an outstanding warrant. • The Barossa Criminal Investigation Branch arrested a Kangaroo Flat man for indecent assault on November 4. REPORTS • A 35-year-old Willaston man was reported last week for prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0.052. A licence disqualification was given. Also, a 41-year-old Roseworthy man was reported this month by the Gawler Police for prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0.096. PROPERTY DAMAGE • A glass panel to a front door was broken by a rock at a

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premise on Allwood Drive, Gawler East on November 3. No entry was gained. • Unknown persons broke the windscreen of a vehicle while it was parked in a driveway on Myall Street, Gawler West, between November 3 and 4. SERIOUS CRIMINAL TRESSPASS • Unknown offenders drove a vehicle into a building causing extensive damage in an attempt to steal an ATM at the BP in Dublin on October 31. • Two televisions and two laptops were stolen from a residence at Mallala Road, Two Wells on October 31. Offenders gained entry to the property by opening a front window. THEFT/ILLEGAL USE • On October 31 a male was sighted by security, at a Gawler supermarket, putting two meat trays under his shirt. The suspect was approached by security and then dropped the goods and fled the scene. •A female attempted to steal meat by hiding it in her bag at a Gawler supermarket on

November 1. • Bank statements were stolen after entry was gained to a vehicle, which was parked in a driveway at Gartrell Street, Roseworthy, on November 6. FIRE • About two acres of cropping land was damaged after Rosedale CFS noticed smoke coming from a paddock on Holland Road, Rosedale, on November 6. ASSAULT • A victim received bruising and swelling to the face following an incident at a Gawler hotel between October 29 and 30. • A Barossa man was arrested on November 1 by Barossa CIB for indecent assault. ROBBERY. • Four males sprayed a male victim with champagne, assaulted him and also stole his wallet at a Gawler hotel on November 1. • An unknown offender produced a weapon and took cash from a Gawler business before fleeing the scene on November 6.

Barossa police incidents ARRESTS • A 19-year-old Evanston man was arrested on October 31 by the Mt Pleasant Police for aggravated assault cause harm from an incident, which occurred on October 30 outside a licensed premises in Springton. • A Greenock male youth was arrested on November 1 by the Barossa Criminal Investigation Branch for indecent assault. A Kapunda man in his 30s was arrested on November 2 by the Nuriootpa Police for a first instance warrant. • A Munno Para West man in his 30s was arrested by the Nuriootpa Police on November 2 for being unlawfully on premises, theft and possession of tools to break into a premise. All offences occurred at an Angaston winery. DANGEROUS DRIVING A Victorian woman in her 20s was reported by the Nuriootpa Police on November 4 on the Sturt Highway, Shea-Oak Log, for excessive speed, after she was noticed by police driving

155km in a 110km zone. REPORTS • A Kapunda man in his 30s was reported by the Kapunda Police on November 2 for misuse of a motor vehicle after performing a sustained wheel spin, • An Elizabeth East man in his 60s was reported by the Nuriootpa Police on November 2 on Sturt Highway near Shea-Oak Log for driving while disqualified. • A 19-year-old Nuriootpa man was reported on November 3 by the Nuriootpa Police for property damage. • A Nuriootpa woman in her 20s was reported by the Nuriootpa Police on November 6 for assault. • A Tanunda male youth was reported by the Nuriootpa Police on November 3 for driving while unlicensed after being sighted riding a scooter in Tanunda. • A Tanunda man in his 40s was reported by the Nuriootpa Police on November 6 for breach of firearms conditions and insecure ammunition as part of Operation Secure.

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Happy birthday to...

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Ebony Rose, of Nuriootpa, was eight on November 4.

Archie Wendt, of Kapunda, will be four on November 27.

Willem Wendt, of Kapunda, will be two on November 10.

Imogen Davies, of Nuriootpa, was seven on November 4.

Brodee Fuss, of Tanunda, was three on November 7.

Bryce Heidrich, of Eudunda, will be one on November 11.

Thomas Materne, of Seppeltsfield, was two on October 30.

RIGHT: Georgia Ita Isabella Barrett, daughter of Tim and Sarah, was born on October 14 at Tanunda Hospital, weighing 7lb 3oz (3260g). She is a sister to Jemima and Matilda and a grandchild for Margaret and Frank Shelley of Cowra, NSW and Frank and Joyce Barrett of Wagga Wagga, NSW.


Eden Skye Schwarz, daughter of Jason and Nikka, of Tanunda, was born on October 27 at Tanunda Hospital, weighing 8lb 7oz (3820g). She is a sister for Isla and Kai and a grandchild for Ian and Pauline Schwarz of Bethany and Tony and Debbie Gepp of Tanunda.


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MACDONALD PARK Lot 101 McIntyre Road....10:30 – 11:15am REEVES PLAINS Lot 542 Woolsheds Road .......12:45 – 1:30pm

HEWETT 40 Osprey Parade.......................2:30 – 3:15pm HEWETT 7 Oaklands Circuit ......................3:30 – 4:15pm

RAY WHITE CLARE VALLEY KAPUNDA 22 South Terrace .................11:30 – 12:00pm ALLENDALE NORTH ‘Kainga Park’............1:15 – 2:00pm

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Great space, great price SET on a corner location this house has three bedrooms plus a study and could be ideal for a first homebuyer or investor. As soon as you step into the separate entry hall you notice the care and attention to detail of the current owners. Features worth highlighting include the nine-foot ceilings and exterior stone walls that have been carefully updated. The new kitchen, that overlooks the meals area, has transformed the house. It has been finished with stainless steel appliances, including a new dishwasher, and everything the budding


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42 Solar Panels, yes this is not an misprint, plus, Four Bedrooms, Ensuite and Walk in Robe,Large separate lounge, Flat screen TV & Entertainment, Large kitchen, Dishwasher, Spacious open plan family & meals, Ducted R/C Air Conditioning, Extra large double garage umr, Rear verandah, Established gardens and fruit trees, Rain water tank, Set in a great location on a 772m2 block and close to local schools and shopping.

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LYNDOCH - $345,000


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11 Whittaker Street IMMACULATE FAMILY HOME Spacious 3 bedroom family home with separate lounge room, Kitchen overlooking Dining, walk in Pantry with lots of Cupboard space. Ducted R/C Air Conditioning. Low Maintenance gardens. Garage under main roof with access into the home. Second Driveway for Caravan and within walking distance to Main Street. Be quick for this quality home. Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

Elle Moreton 0488 996 566

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Are you looking to kick start your rental portfolio or add to it.Well here’s your perfect chance, this villa comprises double sized bedrooms main with Ensuite and WIR. At the rear of the home it opens up into the Kitchen, family, dine which is of a good size. Easy to maintain yard, double garage and heating and cooling.To complete this investment property, we have qualified tenants ready. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

NURIOOTPA - $240 - $250K


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Set perched up on a (approx) 1005m2 block this 3 brm 2 bthrm home gives you plenty of room to move, and the inside of the home is nothing less. 2 sep living areas both of good size. Good family kitchen with plenty of cupboard space, gas cook top, electric oven & dishwasher. Outside is a gabled patio perfect for entertaining friends. Evaporative cooling, gas heating a dbl gge under the main roof and plenty of room for a caravan or boat.

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19 Wilhelm Street CITY CHIC MEETS RUSTIC CHARM! Large family home with 4 bedrooms plus study. Formal lounge and separate dining room, timber kitchen with dishdraw dishwasher. Family areaith large picture window. Ducted cooling, gas and wood heating + split system aircon. Half-court tennis court on approx. 7890m2 allotment .Extensive shedding and landscaped gardens. Don’t miss out on this great home! Elle Moreton 0488 996 566


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10 Queen Street IDEAL FOR THE FIRST HOME BUYER 9, ceilings, solid construction stone frontage, Sep entry,3 Bedrooms, study two bathrooms 2 toilets, meals area, near new kitchen with stainless steal appliances plus new dishwasher, Lounge form dine. Ducted R/C Air Con. Pergola area, carport with roller door, established gardens, the list goes on.

KAPUNDA - $275,000-$285,000

NURIOOTPA - $309,500

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WHERE: 10 Queen Street, Nuriootpa. PRICE: $299,000 to $315,000. AGENT: Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408. OPEN: 2.30-3pm Sunday, November 13.

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NURIOOTPA - $299,000 TO $ 315,000

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down, the property has been fitted with nine solar panels as well as a solar hot water system. There is also a ducted heating and cooling system. If you are looking for an affordable house that has had all the hard work done, then look no further.

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REAL ESTATE PTY. LTD. LYNDOCH - $399,000-$420,000

chef would require. There is plenty of space on offer across the three bedrooms, study or dressing room and the lounge. Two spacious bathrooms (with toilets) are on offer, a soughtafter option for growing families. The large windows in the formal lounge/dining room overlook an enclosed side garden that has a large garden shed for the handy man. Outside there is another tool shed, enclosed carport with a roller door as well as a pergola, a great spot to unwind at the end of a busy day. To keep your power bills

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20 Gothic Ave TAKE THE PLUNGE! Great neat and tidy 3 bedroom home. This 1950’s home sits on an (approx) 608m2 block a perfect size for children to have a cubby and sand pit. The inside of this home has been tastefully up graded, recently carpeted throughout, built in robes to bedroom 2 and a dressing room or play room has been added to bedroom 3.The eat in kitchen has plenty of cupboards and bench space and there is still enough room for a dining table.The home has gas heating and ducted evap. Cooling. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420


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Lot 429 Penrice Road RENOVATED SYMMETRICAL COTTAGE ON 10 ACRES Located on the Valley Floor this attractive cottage comprising 4 bedrooms with potential income producing 9 acres of vineyard planted with premium Shiraz. Water licence for 3 mega litres. Large shed. Equipment in excellent condition and negotiable in the sale. Myriam Bultsma 0427 392 819

“The best people in local real estate” Consultant Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

Consultant Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

Consultant Sue Fechner 8563 3511

Consultant Myriam Bultsma 0427 392 819

Consultant Elle Moreton 0488 996 566

Property Manager Anne Johansson 8563 3511

8563 3511

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104 Murray St, Tanunda RLA 1997


Real Estate Liftout PROPERTY OF THE WEEK

Elevated living Glass slides across to connect the interior with the outdoors, all expertly paved and gabled. Paving continues around the home’s north-facing end, an idyllic space for alfresco entertaining in the milder months. The garden unfolds in terraced layers with rosemary, lavender, westringia and white bottlebrush forming rows of hedging. Butterfly bushes, kangaroo paws, geranium, magnolia and camellias are scattered around and an orchard grove of lime, lemon, orange, apricot, peach, persimmon and olive trees create a fragrant and fruitful Mediterranean-inspired outdoor setting with meandering paths. The property boasts abundant rainwater storage, solar power, ceiling fans, ducted evaporative cooling, inverter air conditioning, exterior awnings to exposed windows as well as tinted windows for the rear bedroom. Serenity, space and style with stunning views to savour.

THIS brand new, stylish house will be completed by you – the new owners will be responsible for selecting floor coverings and setting up the gardens in a style of their choice. The property is located at Lot 12 Greenock Rd, Nuriootpa, set on a low-maintenance block of about 395 square metres, and has many features that will appeal to people searching for a stylish, three-bedroom house. Designed by Mackenzie Quality Homes and planned for the future, this three bedroom, two-bathroom residence is spacious enough for family living or convenient enough for a single or couple to enjoy a relaxed lifestyle. The single garage with electric roller door offers secure access into the house and the rear alfresco area provides ample room to entertain family and friends. The main bedroom features an ensuite and a walk-through wardrobe, while bedrooms two and three have built-in robes and share the main bathroom. There is plenty of space to host the family and visitors thanks to the spacious, light and bright, open-plan living room that leads out to the backyard through sliding doors. It is a great indoor/outdoor space to relax and entertain. The kitchen has a new

stainless-steel underbench electric oven and gas cooktop, there is a stainless-steel dishwasher and plenty of overhead cupboards for storage space. The kitchen is located alongside the open-plan family room. The interior is painted with fresh, neutral colours to enhance the light and sense of space in the open-plan living area. The main bathroom features classic tiling, a large shower recess and a deep bathtub. WHERE: Lot 12 Greenock Road, Nuriootpa. PRICE GUIDE: $280,000. OPEN: By appointment. AGENT: Julie Toth. CONTACT: 0418 853 134. RLA198199


... where people matter TANUNDA 3 Coronation Avenue

$273,000 NURIOOTPA Open Sunday 13th Nov, 1.30-2.15pm 29 First Street




NEW RELEASE ENERGY EFFICIENT HOME 10 Solar panels to generate power make this home very BRAND NEW AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT! Quality home with high energy efficient and cost saving. Well looked after double brick home, three bedrooms ceilings, 3 large brms all with bi robes, open plan kitchen/dine/iving, with built-in robe, kitchen with gas stove, bright lounge room, heating and cooling, rain water plumbed to the home, carport, large shed and backyard. 758m2 allotment. r/c ducted a/c. Suitable for first home buyers, investors or retirees.


$680,000 STOCKWELL $280,000 Property

Lot 102 Belvidere Road Open Sunday 13th Nov, 2.45-3.15pm 15 Duckpond Road


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WHERE: 10 James Street, Truro. FEATURES: Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living area, four undercover car parks. AGENT: Felicity Cock, Homburg Real Estate, ph 0411 456 266. GOOD SHEDDING – LARGE LAND 50x50 shed, suit earth moving business, mechanics or carpenters. 3 brms, 2 bthrms, brick home. All this & more on 25 acres.



Site 58 Tanunda Tourist Park ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED (NEW) CHEAP COMFORTABLE LIVING Large on site caravan & solid annexe, bedroom, neat kitchen, lounge, shower cubicle, r/c air cond, front & rear deck, g/shed. Access to pool, bbq, etc.



Lot 12 Greenock Road OPEN Sunday, Apr ?, 2.15-3pm Brand New Home - Finish to your Style Just built in a convenient location, walking distance to shops and the main street. Choose your floor coverings and landscaping to finish off this modern 3 bedroom residence and create your perfect lifestyle.

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W.I.W.O. Freehold Business with Residence For Sale or Lease General Store, Takeaway & Postal Agency - 2 brms, sunroom or 3rd brm, sleepout, commercial & residential kitchen, lounge, s/rm, study, 40x30 approx shed & more. Lots of potential - 3 businesses in one!

VENDORS & LANDLORDS List your property for sale or rent with Julie Toth Real Estate this month and we will donate $300 towards your favourite charity.

Call Julie for your free appraisal!

8562 4650 0418 853 134


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2/7 Gawler Street, Nuriootpa


ENJOY the elevated views, space and style of this fastidiouslypresented Truro property, where the stunning gabled outdoor entertaining area is a natural extension of the indoor living space and the superblylandscaped grounds perfectly frame the setting. Meticulous attention to detail throughout, a fabulous shed, 44,000 litres of rainwater storage and room for multiple vehicles on this 1341 square metre allotment. Look out across town to the hills and tree-tops, savouring the views each daily. Well finished in every facet, this property will delight you every step of the way, a modern home of neutral tones, warm timber accents and a touch of the orient, where natural light streams in. Comprising of three bedrooms, the principal room with an en suite and walk-in robe, wellplaced lounge plus an open-plan, casual-lifestyle area with the kitchen at its heart, this home’s layout is a great balance. Looking to the living space and out to the views beyond, the kitchen’s bar bench creates a meeting place that unites all zones and a bay window highlights the dining space.

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Here’s something really special

THIS character freestone Kapunda home oozes street appeal with its attractive return bullnose verandah. Situated on an excellent size allotment of about 2600 square metres, the house home was previously two maisonettes, which now provide a wonderful spacious four bedroom, double living area family home. The four spacious bedrooms each have a ceiling fan and two of the bedrooms have built-in robes. The stylish, renovated open-plan kitchen/meals area provides a lovely modern feel to go with the character beauty, it has great

bench space and a walk-in pantry. The two living areas each have ornate open fireplaces. There is a roomy bathroom with separate vanity room, shower alcove and bath. The home is climate controlled all year round with slow combustion heating and ducted, evaporative air conditioner. The electrical and plumbing works have been upgraded. Outside there is a neat undercover rear entertaining area overlooking the gardens and attractive lawn and garden areas at the front.

The property ticks the shed box with a garage/workshop (about 9x6m) that has power connected. This charming turn-of-thecentury house is set in a fantastic location within a very short walking distance to the main town facilities and Kapunda Primary School. Vendors advice - this is an urgent sale, so don’t miss the opportunity at the auction. WHERE: 22 South Tce, Kapunda. AUCTION: 11am, November 25. AGENT: Daniel Schell CONTACT: 0415 436 379.

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Urgent - Vendors Desperate To Sell!

OPEN - Sunday 1:15pm – 2:00pm

Price - $545,000

A truly beautiful restoration to encompass this character stone building with modern home renovations. The home comprises three bedrooms all with BIR’s, lovely modern kitchen & dining area and most outstanding spacious open living areas. A Mezannine floor, currently set up as home office, opens to an outdoor deck with extraordinary views over the property. 5 Star outdoor entertaining area, split level timber deck with ‘swim-spa’. With 20 acres of well fenced quality farming land, extensive shedding, 3 main paddocks with horse/stock shelters & holding yards. Mains water plus 90,000 L rain water storage. Ideally located 5mins from Kapunda and under 30 mins to Gawler. PROPERTY MUST NOW BE SOLD…..your inspection is highly recommended.


“Kainga Park” Allendale North via Kapunda 8.189 ha- approx. 20 acres

Geoff Schell 0418 842 421 Daniel Schell 0415 436 379 RLA205501

22 South Tce, Kapunda

LIGHT-FILLED: The living area of the Nuriootpa house with a lot to offer.

Auction 25th November 11:00 (insp) Open inspection Sunday 11:30am – 12:00pm

This could be something really special… • Character freestone home with attractive return bull nose verandah • Four spacious bedrooms, two with BIR’s • Two good sized living areas • Large residential block of 2600sqm • HIA Order applies Daniel Schell 0415 436 379 Geoff Schell 0418 842 421


• Stylish renovated open plan kitchen/meals area all modern appliances

RLA 205501

WAKE up to the sunshine in this immaculate and naturally light-filled house with its airy open-living plan that extends out under the verandah for sheltered relaxation and entertaining. On a manageable allotment with established, easy-care surrounds and access to the backyard, this property and its mid-sized villa will suit ‘downsizers’ with a caravan, couples or a smaller family. ‘Home sweet home’ rings true here and it can be felt from the moment you walk in. Lovingly maintained, the house comprises three bedrooms has been painted with neutral tones throughout. There is decorative fretwork in the hallway, leadlight in the lovely ivory kitchen, great

storage provision and a beautiful bathroom that provides en-suite access to the master bedroom. The long hallway opens up to the bright living space, the wellequipped kitchen with walk-in-pantry at its heart, with lounging and dining areas surrounding it. Glass on three sides brings in the garden views and slides across to take living outdoors. An attached verandah provides undercover ease for all-year-round outdoor life whether it is a morning coffee or a barbecue with friends. There is also a tranquil, shaded fernery and fishpond that add to the relaxed ambience of the outdoor setting while the roller-door to the rear of the double garage allows additional rear yard access.

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A house that perfectly suits those who like to potter around in a manageable garden setting with all the features you need inside for comfortable and practical living. Sit back and relax at the end of the day, watching the sunset over vineyards and rural landscape beyond the back fence, which you can even do from your couch position thanks to the large windows. For more information or to arrange a view contact Cindy Taylor from Homburg on 0408 086 119 or 8563 2599 (Tanunda) and 8562 2600 (Nuriootpa). The property is priced at $290,000 - $295,000. WHERE: 29 Blaxland Street Nuriootpa. FEATURES: Three bedrooms, one bathroom, one living area.

Real Estate Liftout

Domain website gets a make-over has given its new developments section a make-over to further accommodate the needs of the growing residential audience and to provide an enhanced marketing platform for property developers launching new projects. House hunters across the country are increasingly turning to online search tools to source information about the latest property developments entering the market. Over the year ending June 2011, $14.5 billion dollars in residential developments, other than houses,

Rate cut brings cheer

commenced in Australia according to Australian Bureau of Statistics data. These figures demonstrate the magnitude of this segment of the property market. “In the past 12 months, Domain has significantly increased its residential audience and expects this trend to continue,” said Tony Blamey, Fairfax Marketplaces Real Estate general manager. “The latest website makeover showcases the very best new residential properties in a highly dynamic and interactive environment.” Features of the new section

include a focus on search with larger images, a location map, floor plans with an interactive navigation button and search tools that allow the user to view all listings for a specific development in the same area. In addition, a suite of new advertising products is available for property developers to further showcase their developments. “Domain has become an integral component of the search process for new properties. The latest changes to its website further empower potential property buyers.” WH1764557

Colin Schwartz trading as RLA216875

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Modern decor and stylish low maintenance gardens. This villa is perfect for the easy life. 3 bedrooms, main with walk-in robe, 3-way bathroom with huge vanity, open plan living area with r/c a/c, large undercover entertaining area, secure garage under main roof. Available End November!



11 Racecourse Road $245,000-$255,000 Open Sunday 12:45-1:30pm

PAUL Keating once called a downturn the “recession we had to have”. Well, the property market correction of 2011 was the correction we had to have. However, as we move into 2012 the tuning of vendor expectations and the decision by the Reserve Bank to cut the cash rate by 25 basis points will mark a turning point for the property market. Over the last few years the market has experienced a significant growth spurt that was simply not sustainable over the long term. When the music stopped around 12 months ago, vendors were left with their heads in the clouds still expecting boom-time prices. Purchasers, on the other hand, adjusted their opinion of value downwards on the back of rising interest rates and the fear of global uncertainty … again. This created a gulf between vendors and purchasers and, as a result, auction clearance rates and property prices fell. So 2011 has been a cathartic year for vendors, who have slowly had to come to the realisation that their property is now worth five to 10 per cent less than it was at its zenith. After a year of adjusting to the new reality, expectations will come back closer to the market reality and we will see clearance rates rise to a more balanced level of closer to 60 per cent. In addition, last Tuesday's rate cut, although not enough to ignite the property market, will begin to bring the purchasers in from the cold as they start to find some long-needed confidence. While fear tends to grip consumers instantly, confidence tends to build over a period of time, so don't expect to see purchasers rushing back to the market. However, comments like the ones from Westpac’s chief executive, Gail Kelly, suggesting that interest rates will fall further in 2012, will help build confidence over time. As a result of these two factors, supply and demand for residential property will become more balanced and the property market will begin to find its feet and move into a more sustainable growth pattern. However, not all markets will feel the effects of this renewed confidence. The property market is not homogenous as there are numerous markets pulling in different directions at the same time. Property markets that are more established, and have lower debt levels, are more likely to be the ones to lead the way out of the doldrums. The property market is a unique asset class that is driven by both necessity and emotion. There is always an underlying demand for property and although I do not think we will see outstanding levels of growth over the next 12 to 24 months, I also do not think we will see any more significant falls. • Mark Armstrong is an independent property analyst and creator of, Australia's first online auction tipping competition.

TANUNDA - 1/10 Kook Street Sunday 11.00-11.45am


BALAKLAVA - 11 Racecourse Rd


Brick veneer home on ½ acre land close to Dublin and Two Wells. 3 brms, lounge, kitchen/ dining/ family room, electric appliances, split sytem A/C, Ducted Evap A/C, Shed. Pets Neg. Avail Now!



Renovated stone home within walking distance of main street. Comprising 4 good sized bedrooms, lounge, dining, Galley style kitchen had large bench space, gas stove, pantry. Open fire places in most rooms all with ornate surrounds. High ceilings, wood floors, verandah front and side. Large 1137m2 allotment. Avail NOW!


Sunday 12.45-1.30pm Extremely well presented T/F home on 974m2 allotment, 4 brms, 2 bthrms, near new kitchen, electric appliances, WI pantry, dining area, fml lnge. ducted R/C A/C t/out, rainwater to house, solar panels. 30x20 shed, lge pgla/ carport, paved d/way, well fenced. walk to racetrack. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942

Sunday 2.45-3.30pm


EUDUNDA 42 Weigall Street Inspection by Appointment

EUDUNDA - 4 South Terrace


4 South Terrace Open Sunday 2:45-3:30pm




Neat Two bedroom unit, open plan living area, R/C A/C. Nice bathroom with separate bath and shower. Carport, rainwater tank, garden shed. Low maintenance yard. Only two in the group, in a quiet location. Available Now!


KAPUNDA 43 Mildred Street Inspection by Appointment

Ideal family home/tradesperson. Roomy T/F home on 2240m2, 2 titles, short drive to main st, 3 brs, office, fml lounge, spac kitchen/dine, family rm, elec apps, w.i. pantry, s/s a/c, front & rear verandahs, 2 sheds, r/w tanks, 3 phase power. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942


KAPUNDA $190,000

Lot 58 Ford Street Inspection by Appointment

Well maintained stone home on approx 817m2, main road frontage, close to Main Street, 3 good sized brms, roomy lounge, country style kitchen, and renovated bathroom. Features include high ceilings, ceiling rose, combustion heater, pergola, workshop and shed, nice family home. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942


1 John Street Inspection by Appointment



Timber frame home on spacious 2823m2 allot, close to main street and schools, 3 bdrms, open plan lounge/dining, family room, galley style kitchen. Requiring some maintenance the home provides the opportunity for a home on a large allotment, investment or possible sub-division (STCC) Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942


LYNDOCH Fiebig Court Inspection by Appointment

Walk to main street. Well presented near new home on cnr allot approx 344m2. 3 bdrms, kitchen w elec apps, d/w, pantry, o/plan living/dine, s/s a/c, 9’ ceils, vdah, carport, lovely cottage gdn on drippers, r/w plumbed t/out home. WEB ID: 106614295 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942


3 separately designed 3 br homes, community titled allots from 300m2-312m2. Rendered hebel walls, floor coverings, quality interior fittings r/c a/c, gas h.w.s., paved drive, landscaped front yd, fencing, Ideal first home/retirees/investors. WEB ID: 105904426 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942

NEW Inspection by Appointment

Neat solid home on 11,000m2 allot, having 3 titles, possible subdiv STCC. 3 brs, office, kitchen w elec apps & d/w, fml dine, lge lounge, r/c a/c, gas htg. Paved gable pergola, 40x20 shed, caravan shed, 30x20 shed. Rear access. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942

TANUNDA $149,950

Approx 85 acres, close to highway but still private, scrub land, cleared land has olive, fig & pistachio trees, brick building, sep bath & toilet, rainwater tanks, underground creek, generated power, ideal weekender, retreat or living. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942

92 MAIN ST • T: 8566 3399

1/10 Kook Street Open Sunday 11:00-11:45am


Close to main street, doctors surgery & hospital. Nice unit amongst group of 4, 2 bedrooms, kitchen/dining, electric appliances, reverse cycle air conditioning separate garage and store room, manageable garden, Strata title. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942


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The fabric of an Relief with rate cut, alfresco life but also a warning “The technology is getting better, it is not just polyacrylic,” says the national sales and marketing manager with Radford Furnishings, David Marks. “There are other compositions being used, which allow for more texture and they can be used indoors or outdoors.” While stripes are still popular, these days outdoor fabrics, although less fashion oriented than those for interiors, are available in a far wider range of designs, he says. Fashion-forward Designers Guild from Britain, for instance, distributed by Radford, produces the Tiana range of outdoor prints, weaves and stripes. Water repellent, soil and stain resistant and rot, mould and mildew proof, they are designed to cope with the great outdoors but are on trend with their wide stripes and bold leaf patterns. The 10 designs even include tweeds and pebble faux leather. Melbournebased Warwick Fabrics, which carries out extensive testing on its products, produces an outdoor range called Atrium, high-performance, 100 per cent polypropylene fabrics designed for indoors and out. Mildew and stain resistant, durable, UV resistant, antimicrobial and easyclean, the range departs from the traditional notion of outdoor fabrics in that it is designed to be stylish and softly textured, as well as hard wearing.

BACKYARD textiles can be classy as well as hardy. Outdoor fabrics, once the poor relation of the textile world, are no longer a collection of deckchair-like stripes or lurid colours that make reclining in the backyard as restful as a Hawaiian shirt shop. Time poor, we want to spend the little time we get outdoors relaxing in wellequipped alfresco “rooms”, rather than pulling weeds and mowing lawns. And as the spaces at the back - or front - of our homes become increasingly sophisticated so, too, do the fabrics designed for them, with fabrics used for sofas, daybeds, cushions, umbrellas and chairs, rather than just the traditional poolside-style furnishings. “Some of the outdoor fabrics are just as good as the indoor; the distinction is blurring,” says designer and forecaster Barbara Marshall of Marshall Design. “There are divine outdoor fabrics; they are not restricted to beige canvas. There is everything from vivid outdoor stripes to some very sophisticated fabrics including beautiful linen.” Marshall says technology is important in the creation of outdoor fabrics. Stain resistance and fade resistance are important, as is resistance to UV degradation - that is, fabric falling to bits when subjected to bright light, either outdoors or inside, as with a couch near a window.



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THE State’s leading business membership organisation, Business SA, has welcomed lat week’s decision by the Reserve Bank Board to cut official interest rates to 4.50 per cent. Business SA Chief Executive Officer, Peter Vaughan, said thedecision will provide much needed relief in the lead-up to Christmas. “There was a strong case to cut interest rates today and we welcome this decision by the Reserve Bank,” Mr Vaughan said. “We have the expectation that banks will pass on the full reduction to businesses and households, so that the economy can feel the benefit of the Reserve Bank’s decision. “This will provide some much needed relief to the many businesses that have been under pressure throughout the State. “Increasing consumer demand in the lead up to Christmas is vital for the local economy, particularly retailers, and this is the ideal time to encourage shoppers to get out and start spending. “It was important that the Reserve Bank delivered this interest cut following the premature rate rise last November which caused significant difficulty to the economy over last year’s festive season. “Here in South Australia we have the highest unemployment rate in the country, business confidence is low and many important industries throughout the State remain under pressure. “The business community also has the burden of the impending carbon tax which will make local businesses less competitive and put further pressure on employment levels.” Because the interest rate cut was the first movement of interest rates in 12 months, the Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia has warned borrowers to get expert advice before responding to new mortgage offers.

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Real Estate Liftout

Tick all the boxes THIS property is a credit to the current owners. There is nothing for you to do but move in and enjoy. The highlights are the two fabulous entertaining areas, one elevated and both undercover, overlook the sparkling saltchlorinated, solar-heated, inground swimming pool. Other features include...

Four bedrooms, plus a study, the master suite with vaulted ceiling, ‘his and hers’ walk-in robes and a huge ensuite with separate powder room. Bedrooms two, three and four have built-in robes and ceiling fans. The formal lounge room has a vaulted ceiling and feature pillars, the open plan kitchen/meals/family area also

HAMILTON (via Kapunda) – Lot 1 Victoria Rd “MERRIWOOD FARM” REDUCED $415,000

has a vaulted ceiling. The kitchen has an island bar, walk-in pantry, dishwasher, new oven and lots of cupboard space. A large rumpus room has been finished with floor tiles and feature windows. The laundry has floor-to-ceiling built in robes. There is an abundance of heating and cooling including ducted cooling, a combustion


View by appointment

$785-$850,000 View by appointment

• Centrally located approximately 15 minutes from Nuriootpa, Tanunda & Gawler • 5km South of Freeling and 45 minutes from Pt Adelaide • Immaculate property nestled on 27.11 HA (67.5 acres) • 50 acres of the land is currently cropped • Truly impressive 5 year young NuSteel home with panoramic views. Contact Brendan 0416 054 731 ID: CK5G54

KAPUNDA – 12 Quintrell Street


COUNTRY LIVING IN STYLE! The opportunity has arisen for a lucky purchaser to enjoy an idyllic lifestyle which many would envy. Merriwood Farm is set on 2.109 HA of beautiful countryside with rural views as far as the eye can see. Features:• Circa 1890's Symmetrical Cottage in good order with some 200 sqm of living • Three bedrooms. Master with ceiling fan and open fire place • Dining room with feature stained glass window & wood heater • Family Lounge room with open fire place. American Oak kitchen • Enclosed & tiled rear verandah area • Heritage tiled bathroom with corner spa and separate toilet • One bedroom studio has kitchen, bathroom, family/ meals area plus heat & cool • 4 paddocks, sundry shedding and shared bore (Salinity 200/300) • Approx 55,000 litres of rainwater storage * Beautiful mature trees and gorgeous cottage gardens * Just 1/2 hour from the Northern Expressway & 15kms North of Kapunda * 1 hour to Pt Adelaide, West Lakes and GPO Adelaide * 1/2 an hour to the heart of the Barossa Valley Contact Brendan 0416 054 731

heater and two split-system reverse-cycle wall units. The gardens have been developed with a veggie patch, fruit trees, rainwater tank and easy-to-maintain lawn area. The 20x30 shed has street access, a concrete floor and power and there’s also a garden shed. Great parking space is on offer in the triple garage, complete

ID: DB2G54 RLA 1679

$525,000 View by appointment

• 4 spacious bedrooms, plus study • Master brm w.his/hers WIR’S, huge ensuite • Brms 2, 3 & 4 all have BIRs & ceiling fans • Fml lnge w.vaulted ceiling & feature pillars • Open plan tiled kitch/meals/family • Lrg rumpus, duct cool, comb heat & 2 x S/S R/C wall units • 2 fabulous ent areas, htd i/g pool • Approx 20 x 30 shed Contact Brendan 0416 054 731 ID: D5XG54

HEWETT 40 Osprey Parade

$489,950 View Sun 2.30-3.15pm

HEWETT 7 Oaklands Circuit

with automatic roller doors. The property ticks every box and is set on a roomy allotment of about 1150 square metres. Homes of this calibre rarely last so arrange a viewing today. WHERE: 12 Quintrell St, Kapunda. PRICE GUIDE: $525,000. AGENT: LJ Hooker Gawler.



View Sun 12.45-1.30pm

• 2 ½ year young home built by David Gameau on 17.23 HA (42.5 acres) • 4 bedrooms, master with ensuite & WIR • Formal lounge, huge open plan kitchen/meals/family • Indoor/outdoor Alfresco area, games room, raked ceilings • 60 x 25 shed, est gardens, mins to Gawler


Contact Brendan 0416 054 731 ID: DF4G54

MACDONALD PARK – Lot 101 McIntyre Road


4 BRM HOME WITH POOL ON 2.5 ACRES! View Sat 3.15-4pm & Sun 10.30-11.15am • Master brm with ceiling fan, ensuite & WIR • Formal lounge leads through to formal dine with floating floor • Modern kitchen has dishwasher & pantry and overlooks family/meals area • Paved 6m x 6m undercover entertaining area • Approx 7 mins to Elizabeth & Munno Para shops, less than 30 mins drive to Adelaide & Port Adelaide


Contact Brendan 0416 054 731 ID: DG5G54




View Sun 3.30-4.15pm

23 Tod Street

Open By Appointment



Quality Unsurpassed

The Complete Package

2 Year Young Rossdale Home

• Immaculate Rendition home built in 2007 on a corner block opposite park • 4 brms, master with ens & wir, all other brms with bir’s • Fml lnge, enormous o/p kitchen/meals/family • Stylish kitch w. Miele d/washer & Smeg apps • Ducted RC, alarm, double garage, two ent areas, RW tank, garden shed. ID: DEBG54 Contact Brendan 0416 054 731

• Lge master brm with ens & WIR plus impressive views • All other brms with built in robes • Spac fml lnge leads to fml dine w. direct access to ent area • Big kitchen with dishwasher, bfast bar & large pantry • Lge family/meals area leads to rumpus room • Ducted evap cooling & 3 gas points, 2 with heaters • Peaked, paved u/c ent area, complete w. gas bbq point

• • • •

Contact Brendan 0416 054 731

Absolutely immaculate 3 bedroom home Master with ensuite & WIR, brm 2 with BIR & ceiling fan Big kitchen/meals/family area, heat/cool, 3-way main bthrm Great undercover entertaining area, lots of rainwater, veggie garden & fruit trees • Ample secure off street parking. Not a thing to do here! Contact Brendan 0416 054 731


ID: DF2G54

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Real Estate Liftout

Big ideas for very small spaces SMART design may challenge our love of huge houses. Australians should be embarrassed about their obsession with size, according to Melbourne architect and campaigner for sustainable urban design Stuart Harrison. It's not how big a home is that's important; it's what you can do with it, he says. Harrison has written a coffee-table book of innovative housing designs. Forty-Six Square Metres of Land Doesn’t Normally Become a House showcases the work of Australian and New Zealand architects who have created spacious homes in extremely small areas. Examples include a five-storey house in Sydney with a garage that has a small bathroom to allow conversion to a study or tenancy; a bedroom and bathroom; living room; kitchen-dining room; and sitting room or study opening to a roof garden overlooking the city. To put the size of the property in context, the house, now home to a couple, was built on land formerly used as a car park for three vehicles. Similarly, a young architect has transformed a 150-square-metre strip of land backing onto a South Melbourne lane into two two-bedroom homes over three levels. The possibilities of the ground level alone include car parking, granny flat, study or office space. The utility, flexibility and beauty of the 45 featured homes is all the more impressive given Australian houses hold the dubious honour of being the largest in the world, with the average new dwelling being 253 square metres. Most new houses are well over that, with more than 400 square metres being common.

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Sun shines on solar industry RISING energy prices will improve the payback period of solar energy systems despite the recent reduction of feed-in tariffs, says one of Australia’s leading home energy companies. “Electricity prices across Australia are expected to rise between 20-40 per cent in nominal terms over the next two years,” said Richard Turner, CEO of ZEN Home Energy Systems. This follows a request by the Ministerial Council on Energy to the Australian Energy Market Commission in 2010 to forecast possible price movements through to 2013, and this does not even factor in the impact of the new Carbon Tax. “Recent market research by ZEN has indicated that the main reason why homeowners and businesses purchase a solar energy system was for protection against future price rises. “Besides limiting their consumption habits, householders felt they were powerless to combat ever increasing power bills which have risen dramatically in the past five years.” “Solar power continues to offer this comfort with substantial Federal rebates still available and provides the opportunity to create income for any excess power generated.” Mr Turner said South Australian households who invested in a 1.5 kW system should be in front on their power bills within six years. However if the price of Electricity rose by 30% as forecasted the payback then drops significantly to even below the levels before the Feed-In Tariff reduced on September 30th. This re-enforces that people have not missed the opportunity to invest in Solar

FREE ENERGY: Owners of home solar power systems will be ‘in front’ on their power bills within a few short years according to ZEN Home Energy Systems. and the large Federal rebates in the form of Small Technology Certificates are still available and represent up to a third of the overall system cost. “Solar panels are a long term investment and this is supported by the fact that most systems installed come with a 25 year warranty,” he said. “Householders will be ahead on their power bills for many years after the cost of installation.”

Feed in tariffs are only one element to the affordability of solar power and the estimated time needed to get a return on the investment. “When calculating a potential return on investment, solar companies have to make assumptions on future power price rises, the cost of the panels, the ongoing efficiency of the panels, the amount of government subsidies offered and even the amount of sunny days.” “In recent years technology

has improved and more efficient production now occurs. In real terms the cost of solar systems has fallen by 40% in seven years and that trend is likely to continue. “With the changing of the feed-in tariffs, September was our busiest month on record but enquiries and installation levels during October have remained high. “Potential consumers have not ‘missed the boat’ if they are looking to get on board with solar power generation.”




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was $549

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When you need quality, choose


Midea 1HP Portable Air Conditioner

4.5k Electronic Dryer

was $465

• Auto Sensing • 5 Dryer Settings • Stainless Steel Drum • Up to 9hrs Delay Start

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was $29.95

NOW $19 Available at HG Humphrys 4/41 Murray Street Gawler

Phone 8522 1111

HG HUMPHRYS RELOCATION H.G HUMPHRYS is an icon in Gawler’s history. Dating back over 70 years the original shop was also a stationary supplier and introduced a range of appliances in the 50’s and 60’s. Janet and John Hillier owned the building as well as the business, and John Stack took over in the early 80’s. Bob Pearce and Dave Hawkins bought the business in May 1993 and built the turnover into a multi million dollar business whilst maintaining the family values and service. The building was sold to a developer 3 years ago and he has decided to redevelop, and that is the reason for the move to 41 Murray Street. Bob said “We thought it is important to maintain a presence in the main street and access is actually easier at the new premises.

Dave Hawkins retired 3 years ago and Bob Pearce and family took over the whole business. Humphrys is part of the Betta Electrical Group which has over 100 stores Australia wide. Many Betta Electrical stores are the same as Humphrys with the family business whilst competing with “the big boys!” But with the added value of product knowledge, deliveries, installations and after sales service. Bob’s wife Tina is involved in the business and their son Darren, is responsible for stock logistics, deliveries, and installations. Their daughter Lisa, looks after all office

giscs Son Darren - Lo ! ru gu y er liv De d an

cuve, Daughter Lisa - Admin exe thing any and an om erw sales sup ! else the day calls for

duties, as well as sales, displays and stock purchasing, and in her spare time is also Bobs P.A.!! Also, brother-in-law Bruce is on sales and spare parts, and long time friend of the family Max, is also on sales. As well as a full complement of appliances, T.V’s, white goods and service and spare parts, HG Humphrys has always had a big presence in air conditioning. Wall air conditioners, split systems, fully ducted units, both evaporative and reverse cycle can also be expertly installed. Just bring in a house plan or Bob is happy to come out and quote the best system to suit and

the job can be done no worries from start to finish. Top brands used such as Fujitsu, Bonaire, LG, Kelvinator, just to name a few. A special thanks to our loyal customers friends and family who have pledged their support in our new venture, and to all those who have helped us with the massive move. We are all absolutely indebted to you and couldn’t have done it without you all. One extra special thanks needs to be given to Cameron Sellick from C and K Home Maintenance, who has worked tirelessly with the renovations, in order to be ready to open our new store in time.

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H G HUMPHRYS It’s a family affair!

Please visit our new shop at 41 Mu rray Street Gawler. Our Official Gra nd Opening will be on Saturday the 12th of Novem ber @ 10am by Tony Piccolo MP. We have heaps of opening specials, demonstraons and a free raffle

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Experience the area’s unique rail history

FOOTAGE:Andrew Rosenzweig with his Rail to Trail DVD.

ONE man’s quest to preserve Barossa’s railway history has led to the release of documented footage. Andrew Rosenzweig, a neighbour of Angaston’s railway tracks for 30 years, has spent the past six months searching through historical archives and this month launches his four-hour DVD ‘Rail to Trail’. Andrew, who referred to the collated information as “gold”, said he was keen to share the rail history after the Angaston to Nuriootpa track was removed in 2010 to make way for the bike path. He said what makes his research journey incredible is the story of Barossa’s rail also highlights the changing shape of Barossa town’s and smaller settlements. The DVD comprises about 2000 historic photos and footage relating to the region from the mid 1800s to the 1900s. “This four-hour series features the exploration of the Barossa Valley, indigenous people, construction of the railway and its benefits and the effects of two world wars,” Andrew said. Barossa Mayor, Brian Hurn, will help Andrew officially launch his DVD at the Zion Church Hall, Angaston, on November 20 at 2pm. The public is invited to share in the occasion. The DVD is available for $40 from Andrew and at selected Barossa businesses including Tanunda Newsagency. For more details, contact Andrew on 8564 2626.

Festive gifts in one location proudly presents


In Association with Tams-Witmark Music Inc. Directed by David Underwood Book by Arthur Laurents Music by Jule Styne Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Tickets: Adults $20, Concession $15, Children $10 Available at the door, Kapunda Visitor Information Centre & Australia Wide Badges - Nuriootpa


Nov 11th - 8pm Nov 12th - 2pm & 8pm Nov 17th, 18th & 19th - 8pm Chapel Street Theatre, Kapunda

BAROSSA Outside School Hours Care hosts the Barossa Craft Fair this month in time for great Christmas deals. The annual fair means shoppers can browse among 45 stalls run by local and interstate crafts people in the Tanunda Show Hall. This year organised events include scrap booking and card workshops at every hour on the hour from 10am to 3pm. Workshops will run for about 15 minutes and for more details contact Di on 8562 4387. In addition there will be hand embroidery, quilting punch and stitch cards demonstrations

with kits available from Noni and felting and general craft techniques and demonstrations by Veronica. Busy shoppers can also take a break and enjoy Devonshire tea or lunch. A raffle will be run to further support BOSHC with tickets are available at the Nuriootpa and Tanunda childcare sites from 3.30pm to 6.30pm and at the Nuriootpa Foodland on Monday, November 14. First prize is a hooded barbecue. The Barossa Craft Fair is hosted for Saturday, November 26 from 9.30am to 4pm. For enquiries or bookings, contact Di on 8562 4387.


85614299 Faith Lutheran School Magnolia Rd Tanunda

Up Coming events... Fake is Real - Mon, 5th Dec 7pm


“The Rock Show” - Sat, 21st Jan 8pm Ross Noble - Thurs, 8th Mar 8pm

THE RHYTHMS OF IRELAND Real Culture - Real Passion

FIONA O’LOUGHLIN On a Wing & a Prayer

Audiences will be in awe as this critically acclaimed production brings you traditional Irish dance, music and song enhanced by stunning costumes, lighting and sound. Direct from Dublin, this is indeed, The Rhythms of Ireland. For an unforgettable Irish experience – book now!

The Australian Queen of comedy’s public battle with booze has taken her on a journey. This show reveals the sometimes poignant, always hilarious journey Fiona took from rock bottom to redemption (well almost redemption?) Don’t miss this great opportunity to see Fiona’s Helpmann Awardnominated show.

Tuesday, 22nd November @ 8pm Adults $64.90 Conc $54.90 Child $54.90 Group (8+) $54.90 Family $200

Saturday, 26th November 8.00pm Adults $42.90 Conc $38.50 Group 10+ $38.50

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‘16 PIECE BAND’ Now We’re Swingin’ Presenting Australian star of screen and stage, Tom Burlinson, in his latest musical production, Now We’re Swingin’ – a sensational swinging salute to the masters of the genre. Including classics from Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole along with Harry Connick Jr, Michael Bublé and many more.

Friday, 2nd December @ 8pm Adult: $55.00 Conc: $49.00 Group (8+): $49.00



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HOWZAT: Lyndoch Cricket Club members in blue defeated the Burge First XI red team during a special match at Lyndoch on Sunday.

Pavilion christened

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All community members are welcome – entry is free. Join us for afternoon tea and be part of this memorable community birthday celebration. Official proceedings commence at 2.45pm, which will include cutting of the birthday cake. The book, A Century of Care – Memories of Mount Pleasant Hospital 1911–2011, will also be launched and available for sale at $15.


QUIET CUPPA: From left, Cate Atkinson from the LGA, Nevan Barbour, Barossa councillor Scotty Milne, Elly Milne and Pam Makin from the Youth Advisory Committee enjoy the open day at The Rex on November 5 celebrating the completion of the project.


Grant Burge, who opened the batting and made nine runs. His victory was short-lived however as Lyndoch beat the Burge First XI 147 runs to 91 runs. Despite the loss, the Burge team were thrilled to be a part of the event, handing over the Bruce Thiele Memorial Shield to Lyndoch for their well-deserved win. Kym Filsell told a few stories about Lyndoch Cricket Club life member Bruce and his relationship with Grant and Helen as their son’s Godfather. The event was followed with a few wines afterwards. There were smiles all round albeit a few sore bodies on Monday morning.


THE new Lyndoch Oval Pavilion was christened on Sunday by way of a special cricket match. The game involved the Burge First XI, Grant Burge staff, who donned their ‘reds’ to play against the Lyndoch Cricket Club in a Twenty20 match vying for the Bruce Thiele Memorial Shield. Both sides played with enthusiasm, drawing a large group of spectators from the surrounding areas. Families enjoyed the warm weather with Grant Burge wines flowing, as they watched the official “opening” of the new clubrooms by the local council. The stand out performance of the day was from

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FINISHING TOUCHES: Gramp project Stage One is nearly complete.

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STAGE One of Tanunda Lutheran Home’s Gramp project is nearing completion with the existing resident’s moving day planned across two days from November 23. A total of 25 residents will move into the new facility with the support and assistance of families, staff and volunteers. This stage of the project has taken almost a year to complete and consists of a two-level facility, 30 single rooms with en suites, large community living areas, shorter supply lines from the kitchen and laundry, solar water heating, resident security and call systems. The 24 single-room development of Stage Two will commence in early 2012, following the demolition of the old Gramp Wing and chapel. The new 200-seat, multi-purpose chapel will replace the 40-year-old building that had become too small for the growing number of residents and will reduce the congestion of walking frames and wheelchairs. The Tanunda Lutheran Home community currently has 208 residents who need a larger place for Christian worship and as the congregation continues to grow the demand for worship time and space will continue. The new chapel will become the activities hub at the home, as it will be utilised for activities throughout the week. Keith Adams, Tanunda Lutheran Home CEO, said the facility is well placed to meet the growing demands and expectations for accommodation

facilities and care services for the aged into the future. “The home is continuing the high accommodation standards commenced in 2000 with the completion of the high-care facility which was opened by Her Majesty the Queen in 2002,” Mr Adams said. The fundraising target of $100,000 for the chapel has been promoted recently and donations to date total $41,000. Additional support is encouraged to help bring this important project to completion. Donations for specific items in the chapel chairs, for example) are also welcome and enquiries can be directed to Mr Adams on 8563 7777. All donations to the chapel appeal are tax deductible. Mr. Adams acknowledges the generous financial support the Tanunda Lutheran Home has been given across the years and commends this project to the wider community for consideration. Strawberry Fete BECAUSE of the current development at the Tanunda Lutheran Home, there will be no Strawberry Fete this year. As residents move into Stage One of the new facility and the Social Centre is being utilised as the temporary chapel, so the decision has been made not to host the fete this year. The home intends to return to hosting an annual Strawberry Fete after the completion of Stage Two of the development.

Your tax deductible donation, no matter how large or small will make a real difference. Thank you! Please accept my donation top the Tanunda Lutheran Home Chapel Building Appeal for: h $50 h $100 h $250 h $500 h $1,000 h $5,000 h $10,000

h Other_______

Payment Options h Cheque or money order payable to Tanunda Lutheran Home and return this tear off slip to Tanunda Lutheran Home,


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G N I L C RECY Batteries spark recycling A few kerbside tips NATIONAL Recycling Week is a good opportunity to improve your recycling habits, here are some tips: • When you put things into a recycling bin, don’t put them in a plastic bag; • Rinse out containers, jars and bottles before putting them in your recycling bin. They don’t have to be spotless, just give them a quick clean; • Remove the lids from bottles and jars before putting items your recycling bin; • Pizza boxes, paper bags or cardboard boxes containing food also need special treatment before putting them into your

recycling bin. Take out all food items before recycling and remember if the cardboard/paper box or paper bag is too soiled or greasy it cannot be recycled; • Don’t put oven-proof glass, drinking glasses or ceramic mugs in your bin. Just 25g of oven-proof glass can contaminate one tonne of normal glass, making it useless for recycling; • Keep recycling those newspapers and magazines. Last year, Australians recycled the equivalent of one billion newspapers into newsprint and other paper materials.



WITH toxic and valuable resources either polluting the environment or going to waste, National Recycling Week (November 7-13) is a timely reminder that Australians could be doing better. This year Planet Ark is targeting car batteries, other electronic waste and office paper in particular, as many householders and businesses are unsure of how to dispose these materials. “We are good recyclers of newspapers, aluminium cans and milk and juice cartons, however what to do with ewaste is still the biggest problem facing Australian households and businesses,” said Janet Sparrow from Planet Ark. “Our two recycling information services receive hundreds of thousands of enquiries a year with the largest group being about e-waste.” Printer cartridges, mobile phones and batteries are three of the most common forms of electronic waste and these days there are effective programs to deal with them. More than 345 million batteries are purchased in Australia each year, including 1.8 million car batteries. But until recently there wasn’t much that Australians could do once they finished with them. There are now wellestablished, nationwide networks for the responsible collection and recycling of used batteries. “Recycling Week is a great

All our clothing, furniture & bric-a-brac is pre-loved. Buy second hand and do your bit to help the planet. opportunity to test your recycling knowledge by doing the ‘recycle right’ quiz,” said Janet. “What’s the most common recycling mistake? How many times can an aluminium can be recycled? “Take the Quiz, find the answers, and go into the running to win one of 10 Planet Ark Green Prize Packs. Why not challenge your friends

or colleagues too.” Find the online quiz at Planet Ark founded National Recycling Week as a community education campaign in 1996, with the aim of bringing a national focus to recycling and minimising waste at home, at work and throughout the community.

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McPHIE, Lachlan May happiness go with you, may all your hopes come true, and in the most wonderful way, may life be good to you. Happy 21st Love from all the family.

COUNTRY STITCHERS fundraisers for CARERS' LINK BAROSSA & DISTRICTS INC. will be in the BAROSSA MALL, Nuriootpa on 16th, 17th and 18th November 2011. We will have cot quilts, babies rugs and knitwear, wall hangers, quilts, ironing board covers, standard 48"(122cm) extra long 53"(134.5cm) crocheted top towels, overnight bags, handbags, tea cosies, (pansies) jug covers, aprons,and small lace christmas trees. Times: Wed. 16th 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Thurs. 17th and Fri. 18th 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Last stall this year. Next stall at Lions Craft Fair next year on Easter Sat. at Angaston Town Hall. Thanks for your support in 2011. Seasons Greetings to all.

TOW BAR assembly. Mitsubishi L300 Express late model. $75 ono. Ph: William 85642874 TRAMPOLINE, rectangular $50 firm 85633581 after 5.00pm. WESTINGHOUSE 522L F.F. Fridge. Good condition $140 Tanunda. Ph: 85630173

GARAGE SALE Saturday 12th November, 42 Tolley Road, Nuriootpa starting at 8a.m.

IN MEMORIAM PITTAS, Jean (Mum) Passed away 24 years ago. Love you, miss you, wish you were here. Loved & remembered always, your daughter June.

RETURN THANKS UNDERWOOD, Brian Maxwell Marg, Scott, Kym, Kate, Leigh and families would like to thank everyone for their prayers, phone messages, cards, meals, flowers & loving support over the last 6 months, leading up to Brian leaving us peacefully on October 12th. Your support has given us all the strength to carry on. Please accept this as out heartfelt thanks. "Many waters cannot quench love, neither can the floods drown it." Song of Solomon 8:7

FOR SALE 1 COLD CHISEL TICKET Wednesday 30/11/11 $99. Ph: 0403737368 Barossa New Life Church TREASURE CHEST - FURNITURE MART 10 Murray St, Nuriootpa Tel. 85622988 Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm Saturday 9am - 12pm All donations of furniture, clothing, bric-a-brac enable us to assist our Community CASH FOR BOTTLES & CANS. Wine bottles, batteries, phone Lange's Can & Bottle Depot on 85642292 for trading hours, 20 Newcastle St, Angaston. CHAIRS - Padded brown vinyl covered chairs. 40 available. Kapunda. Ph: 85663343 CHICKENS Free range, from day old to P.O.L. From $5 to $20 each. White silkies also. Ph: 0438383671 CLOCKS Shelf clocks, hanging clocks in solid wood from late 1800's to present day. Silent clocks, striking clocks, wind-up clocks, battery operated clocks. All in excellent order, serviced by qualified clockmaker from $35 to $495. Has your clock/watch lost it's Tic Toc? Phone old Ted on 85622384 for a FREE consultation, FREE estimate, FREE advice. Any unwanted clocks/watches (or any parts) purchaserd. COMPLETE WORKSHOP facilities for domestic and farm pressure pumps, electric fence energisers. New units, spare parts energiser conversions to solar. Ag Power Williamstown Road, Cockatoo Valley 0408820024

DRILL PIPE assorted sizes. S/H Ph: 85645186 EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST 40 x 18m block. Large amount of shedding. 9,000 gallons rain water. 1950's house. 10 minutes walk from Tanunda Post Office. Ph: 0406719349 FIREWOOD Quality seasoned. Split red. blue, sugar gum, mallee stumps sawn mallee & bags of kindling. Weighbridge docket supplied. Pickup or deliver AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. Matthew Reimann, Firewood Supplies. 0413089743. Delivery available 7 days by appointment. Credit Cards now accepted. GENERATORS BRAND NEW Aussie Brand 10KVA 16Hp petrol Key/Remote Start Auto Idle 32Ltr fuel 3 x 15amp, RRP $3500 Sell $1650 Delivered Super Silent (60db) Diesel 1500 RPM 10kva to 37kva Best Prices Ph 0423 286 661 www.australiawidegenerators

GUN SALES. Ammo, repairs, safes, accessories & service. Gawler Fishing & Outdoors, 48 Murray St, Gawler 85226200 HAY OATEN WHEATEN Hay from $35 roll Phone Peter & Bev Grocke 0429 694 058 or 8563 2113 LAYER CHICKS day old on Friday 11/11 /11. Reds, whites & blacks. Sexed and vaccinated. $3.80 each. Hillier Poultry. Ph: 85230950 LEADLIGHT - Local, professional affordable leadlight. I'll come to you, or call at Gawler Glass Design studio, 58 Yettie Rd, Williamstown. Weekly classes. Bob Pirch 85247241 MAG ALLOY WHEELS 16 x 8, 2 tyres suit Commodore. $250 Ph: 0419855982 MAINS pressure blue line poly from $37 roll. Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11, Paxton Street, Willaston. Ph: 85232350 NEED A PUMP? For all your needs, Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11, Paxton Street, WILLASTON. Ph: 85232350 OYSTERS fresh from Cowell. Next delivery 18th/19th November. Orders by Wed. 16th. For more information contact Clarrie 0428272432 or Fax 86272504 PLANTS - Natives, perennials, tube stock, water wise etc. MORNING STAR NURSERY Lot 1 Cossins St., Kapunda. Ph: 85663952. Open Thursday to Sunday 9am- 5pm. RABBIT CAGE $50, bird cage $35, 2 Men's bikes $20 each, indoor water fountain $30. Ph: 0402480646 SELLING, BUYING .......? Advertise in the Herald classifieds, and get results! Giveaway ads are run for 1 week, FREE. You can now place your classified ad at Kapunda Newsagency, deadline is Monday 5.00p.m. Classified deadline 5.00pm Monday. (Maybe subject to change) Ph: 85632041, Fax: 85633655 or email SLASHING, MOWING, whipper snipping. Backyards to acres. Truck & tractor hire. Competitive rates. Ph: Bill 0419807492 AH. 85628055 for free quote. STORMWATER 90mm pipe $13 and fittings. Gawler Irrigation Lot 11, Paxton Street, Willaston. 85232350

CASH FOR CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309 TOYOTA Corolla Ascent 2000 sedan Blue. Auto a/con good tyres only 57000km. Very tidy. $9500. WKN-977 Telephone 0439848719

WANTED TO BUY UNWANTED CLOCKS & WATCHES going or not or parts thereof. Has your clock or watch LOST IT'S TIC TOC? Old Ted will give you a free estimate to bring it back to life again. Phone him on 65622384. "The impossible now - miracles take a little longer."

WANTED ANY SCRAP METAL Will pay cash for the removal of yours. Ph: 0412259039 ANYTHING WITH METAL Cash 4 cars, free collection. HAPPY SCRAPPY recycle it! 85630213 or 0406411117 CASH FOR SCRAP METAL I AM LOCAL. Ph: 0411165694 WANTED GRAZING LAND. Eden Valley /Flaxmans Valley and Barossa Ranges. Sheep only. Hills or vineyard, agistment or lease. Payment in advance. Ph. 0418851483 RED OR CHOCOLATE pure kelpie pup. Small framed dog, guaranteed good home. Nothing to do with movie. Ph: Gwenda 0428476797


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SAT 12TH NOV. 8am - 2pm Koncke Street, Greenock. Undercover - babypen, pram, stroller, change table, cot, carseats, toys, antique furniture, tools, BBQ's, ornaments and much much more. SAT 12TH NOV. John Street, Tanunda. Something for everybody, handyman, revhead, houseproud, and baby. 8.00 noon. SATURDAY 12th 8.30am - 4.00p.m. & Sunday 13th 9am - 3pm. Selling furniture, girls clothes & bric-a-brac. 24 Coleman Parade Evanston Park. VINNIE'S SPECIAL SALE 14 Adelaide Road GAWLER Sat. 12th Nov.. 7.30am - 1.30pm.

PETS BELINDA'S PAMPERED PETS NURIOOTPA Professional dog clipping, heated hydrobathing, blowdrying & nails for all breeds. LARGE & SMALL by an animal lover. Ph: 0418810323 HOOTZ DOG GROOMING Mobile. Qualified groomer. Nuriootpa Ph: Justin 0406840020 HYDROPAWS 4pawfectpaws. Mobile nose to tail pet care. Heated hydrobath, blowdry, nails & clipping. Ph: Bridget 0488444542 VALLEY AQUARIUMS All Your Aquarium Needs •Tropical•Cold Water•Turtles •Axolotls•Live & Frozen Food •Filters/Pumps•Tanks & Stands Eftpos available Weekly Specials in Store 48b Murray Street Nuriootpa Open Hours Wednesday to Friday12pm til 5pm Saturdays & Sunday 11am til 3pm Ph: Richi 0425826464

LIVESTOCK J.W. SMART WOOLBUYERS PTY LTD. Will buy all types. Flexible hours. Ph: 0417878486 -

FOR HIRE SLUSHIE/FROZEN Cocktail Machine HOT CHOCOLATE Cocktail Machine PUCKER POWDER . FAIRY FLOSS Slush-a-Licous Phone Pina 0434141097 Family owned, locally operated.

FOR RENT KAPUNDA 3 b.r. house open plan living area, main b.r. with ensuite & w.i.r., R/C A /C, carport u.m.r. Close to main street and primary school. No pets $280 p.w. Ph. Julie 0408088559

WORK WANTED HOME CLEANING & IRONING - $15 off first reg. service so you try us out. Ph: Carolyn or Nat till 8pm daily incl. w/ends. 0409691576 PAINTER Local experience. Quality work. Free quote. Ph: Peter 0417805982 Lic. No. BLD48086 ROLLER shutter repairs 08 85662922

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KOHLHAGEN (nee Hender) Jess, Jason, Jazmyn, Malakye, Bella & Zayne welcome Fynnan Jay into their family, a special gift. Thanks to Dr. Griscti & staff at Tanunda & Lyell McEwin hospitals.




HAVING A GARAGE SALE? Advertise in The Herald classifieds, and get results! All Garage Sale ads MUST be prepaid. You can now place your classified ad at Kapunda Newsagency, deadline is Monday 4.30 pm. Classified deadline 5.00pm Monday (Maybe subject to change) Ph: 85632041 Fax: 85633655 or email

PAWSOME MOBILE GROOMING SALON Hydrowash, blowdry, clipping, nails, flea treatments, portraits. Professional, caring service ‘because your best friend is impawtant’

Ph Sue 042 99 44 138 TUITION SOUL 2 SOLE DANCE: GAWLER: Zumba and Belly Dance classes. First class free. TANUNDA: Belly Dance. First class bring a friend. Get 2 for the price of 1. Ph: Kate 0411384027 ZUMBA fitness classes $12 Wednesdays 10.15am & 6pm Greenock Institute. Thursdays 6pm Angaston Primary School Hall. Sue Evans Instructor 85628184

ENTERTAINMENT FISHING CHARTERS Yorke Peninsula, from $200 p/p, ph 0417 877 016, .au



ENERGY HEALING - Bring your mind and body back into balance. Access Bars, Quantum BioEnergetic Balancing, Reiki, Energy Healing, Pranic Healing and Spiritual Healing. Jyakin - Heart of Light Healing Kapunda 0409-131038 or 8566-2929

Barossa Craft Fair (Over 45 stalls of local and interstate crafts people) Entry Fee: $3.00 (children under 16 free) Devonshire tea / Lunch available

CHIROPRACTOR. Dr Kana Nathan 39 Murray St, Angaston. Consulting Saturdays Ph. 85642882 CIVIL CELEBRANT - Angela Nielsen Ceremonies designed for you. Marriages, namings, committment and renewal of vows. Ph: 0408107940 or 85642773 LEADLIGHT STUDIO make new, repair old, traditional to contemporary. For quality & competitive prices contact Tracy 85246959 Willliamstown


• Hand embroidery/quilting punch and stitch cards Demonstrations with kits available by Noni

We have a wonderful opportunity for a full time Diesel Mechanic to join our vineyard team. You will partner with the Vineyard Manager and undertake a range of duties which include continuous improvement, breakdown and preventative maintenance. With a positive attitude and a passion for service excellence and safe work practices you will become a valued member of the Taylors winery team.

• Felting & General Craft Techniques Demonstrations by Veronica Barossa Craft Fair Sponsored By BOSHC (Barossa Outside School Hours Care Service Inc)


The person we are seeking will be a qualified Diesel Mechanic with proven skills in the service and repair of vineyard/agricultural machinery.

Compulsory Logbook Inspection


Saturday 3rd December

Taylors Wines Vineyard Maintenance Person, PO Box 90, Auburn SA 5451 Or via email to:


10.30am Start


BBQ Lunch - Drinks available Trophy Presentations 2.30pm

$5 Entry per car

If you believe you have the essential qualities listed above, please post or email your application in the strictest confidence to:

Sausage sizzle 6pm Carols 7.30pm



Full-time position

Taylors Wines, a family owned and operated wine company is home to some of Australia’s most consistently awarded wine brands. With their head office located in Sydney and sales offices located around the country, Taylors Wines offer a friendly & progressive environment within which your career can flourish. The vineyards & winery is situated in the picturesque Clare Valley, South Australia & has been in operation since 1969.

• Scrap booking/Card Workshops 10am,11am,12pm,1pm,2pm,3pm Workshops run for 10-15 minutes For details ring 8562 4387


REMEDIAL MASSAGE Trigger Point, Deep Tissue, Relaxation, Myo-fascial, Lymphatics. Health rebates. Acia Health / Physiotherapy, 1A Bilyara Road, Tanunda. Call Lynette Roesler 0409631553


Applications received up to 4pm 18 November 2011


REMEDIAL MASSAGE THERAPIST Helen Brighenti. Deep tissue massage, myofascial cupping, dry needling, skeletal mobilisation. 1⁄2 hr appointments available. AAMT member. Health Care rebates apply. Working Monday - Thursday. Call 85630142 or 0412482196 for an appointment.


Saturday 26th November 2011 9.30am - 4.00pm Tanunda Show Hall

MASSAGE Therapeutic, Aromatherapy, Pregnancy Massage, Aromatherapy Pamper Packages, Myofacial Release, Reiki. 7 years professional experience. Gift vouchers & Pensioner discounts available. Consulting in Kapunda. Liz Ronan. Ph:85663125 or 0400760010



Come and share the joy of Christmas season

COMING EVENTS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Need Help? Contact 83463255 Meeting: Friday's - C.W.A. Building Kapunda - 8pm.


ARTISANS AT GREENOCK MARKET Greenock Town Square Friday Evenings 5.30pm - 8.30pm Live music, food, wine, unique stalls. Oct 14th, Nov.11th, Dec. 2nd, Jan.13th, Feb. 10th, March 9th.

KAFFEE ABEND tickets available for The Tanunda Liedertafel 150th Anniversary "Kaffee Abend". Tanunda Show Hall, Friday 18th November 8.00pm. $25.00 per person. Phone 0407 930 210

St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church, Stonefield

Any queries ring 8564 0371

3 BEDROOMS 2 living areas 2 bathrooms (SOLAR PANELS), Lyndoch area. $150 per week. Ph. 85245151


Barossa Area Fundraisers For Cancer Proudly Presents


Please bring plate of food for a pooled luncheon to follow



CASH AUCTION At Mount Pleasant Showgrounds Tuesday 15th November Start 9.30am - GOODS WANTED Contact Peter 85811752

is celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the church building on 13th November, 2011 with 10.30am service

VINEYARD FOR SALE In Riverland area, 16 acres planted to Sauvignon Blanc rootstock. Brand new vineyards, full production this season, fully auto drip system with contract. Ph: 0407605373

You are invited to a Bible Presentation entitled ‘Global Stability a certainty under Christ’ to be held November 13th in the Eudunda Town Hall at 7pm. All are welcome. For any more information feel free to call 8543 2272

ARE you after HOT FUN and TOTAL RELAXATION txt Nikki to 0400 390 440, $4.25/msg pair. Help 1300 306 250. I'll get you everytime 1902 228 313 $3.25pm pay/mobex CC: 1300 306 117

MT. PLEASANT area. Unrushed & personal 4 gents who prefer private. 0466964374

Guest speaker

Bronwyn Griffiths NATUROPATH Speaking about nutrition and diet at CWA ROOMS MAIN STREET KAPUNDA November 18th From 10am-12 noon Cost $5.00 Limited number of places Bookings essential: Ring Robyn on 85622869 WH1766069

The Barossa – committed to excellence in Local Government

Youth Project Coordinator (Part Time 24hrs/pw 3-6 Month Contract) • Temporary Position within the Community and Culture Team • Level 3, The Barossa Council (ASU) Enterprise agreement 2010 This position is responsible for maintaining and developing projects that respond to the needs of the youth within our region that are also consistent with Council’s policies and strategic plans. Including new and existing youth projects, supporting and coordinating the youth advisory committee and contributing to youth networks and groups within the local community. Requirements for this position include relevant qualifications and demonstrated experience, high level communication skills, community development skills, financial management and administration skills. You must also hold a current drivers licence, a National Police Certificate (or willingness to obtain one) and be flexible in regards to working hours.

Community Transport/Home Assist Officer (Part Time 16.5hrs/pw 12 Month Contract) • Fixed Term Contract Position within the Community and Culture Team • Level 2, The Barossa Council (ASU) Enterprise Agreement 2010 The position is responsible for the provision of efficient and effective transport and home assist services for residents of the Barossa, Light and surrounding areas. Requirements for this position include excellent organisational, time management and interpersonal skills as well as the ability to work well in a team environment. You must also hold a current drivers licence and a National Police Certificate (or willingness to obtain one). A Certificate III in Aged Care and knowledge of HACC is also an advantage. Written applications, referring to the relevant position description and addressing the skills, qualifications and experience required should be forwarded in confidence to the Human Resources Officer, The Barossa Council, PO Box 867, Nuriootpa SA 5355 or email by Friday 18th November 2011. Please refer to the position description available on for further information please contact Human Resources on 8563 8444. The Barossa Council is committed to EEO principles, workplace diversity and professional development.

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Vineyard Leading Hand Eden Valley


An opportunity currently exists for an enthusiastic and self-motivated Vineyard Leading Hand to join our team


at our Eden Valley Vineyard. Our site’s emphasis is on quality, safety and operational efficiency through the


application of best practise techniques.

Term up to 10/8/2012 (Part-time)

Reporting to the Vineyard Supervisor, you will be responsible for carrying out a broad range of day-to-day

Vac No: 7183 $52,535 – $64,475 p.a. (AHP1)

viticultural activities. Get hands on with machine operations, pest and disease control, pruning, harvesting,

The Social Worker is a role within Families SA and is accountable to the Supervisor for: undertaking child protection investigations and assessments; working in partnership with government and non-government agencies and with clients; assisting families who are unable to effectively and safely care for their children to work towards a safe return to their care; working with children who have entered into the care of the Minister so that their development, stability and security is assured; and responding effectively to children who are unsafe.

record keeping and HSE practices. Bring your people management skills to the fore as you supervise activities and people as required, ensuring employee well-being and the achievement of production, quality and safety targets. A current chemical handler’s certificate would be an advantage.


Strong understanding of vineyard operations along with your confidence, flexibility and great interpersonal

McColl’s Transport is seeking an experienced driver for casual work in the Barossa region. HC or MC licence essential

skills will see you succeed and quickly become a part of the Eden Valley vineyards team. You hold a current driver’s license and are able to undertake shift work and overtime as necessary. Certificate 3 in Food Processing (Wine) or equivalent, will be highly advantageous.

Please contact Ashley on 1800 032 018

Grow your career and apply today at and enter job number 742098 Applications close 21st November 2011

Enquiries to: Ms Kaye Parker, Supervisor, Families SA, telephone: 8521 4444, email: For further information or to apply for this role please visit: Applications close 5pm 18 November 2011

Executive Officer


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Foundation Barossa is a philanthropic Community Foundation and its aim is to raise money from the community for the benefit of the Community. Contract- Minimum average of 12 hours per week. Remuneration based on hourly rate to be negotiated. Services provided include promoting the work of the Foundation and the value of donations to the Foundation; liaising with donors and scholarship recipients. Providing administrative services for the Foundation. Closing date for applications 5pm November 25th 2011 Detailed specification available from Trish Gransbury 0400 643 208 Please apply in writing to, The Secretary, Foundation Barossa, PO Box 616, Nuriootpa. 5355


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MISSING! 8 Month Female Bengal Brown/Gold with distinctive leopard rosettes. Black rings on tail, cream under stomach with black spots. Brick-Red nose. Black under paws, White whiskers. Went missing Wednesday afternoon in the vicinity of Hill Street Angaston.

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Kapunda Rifle Club Results November 5, 2011. D and J Lindner Trophy : 500yards. L Williams was top off rifle and also handicap winner. T Otto top scored in F Class and B Ireland was sniper.

Apart from the annual congress the Annual Club Pairs Champinships have just been completed. The Monday Club Championship was won by Toni Harvey and Hans Haan with a very narrow victory over Eunice Kampman and Jim Hayes. Third were Rhonda Wallace and Jill Allanson. The Wednesday pairs Champions are Joan Lee and Kevin Jones with second going to Elaine Kenny and Alec Harris. Third were Joan and Howard Haese. Congratulations to the winners whos names will be forever inscribed on the honour board so kindly donated by Emma McKenzie and the Flinders University at Nuriootpa. Last Monday at four tables first were Joan Lee and Kevin Jones with 60.7%, followed by Toni Harvey and Hans Haan(eventual winners) 54.2%, Adelaide Abbott and Miles White 57.7%, Rhonda Wallace and Jill Allanson 54.2%, Ken Farley and Peter Clerk 48.2%, Pam and Max Jahn with Peter Robinson and Evan Allanson all on 46.4%, Houng Burgermeister and David Wallace 40%. On Wednesday at five tables first were Elaine Kenny and Alec Harris with 59.4%, followed by Helen Farrelly and Toni Harver 59%, Joan Lee and Kevin Jones (eventual winners) 58.5%, Megan and Colin Norton (vistors from Adelaide) 57.7%, Annie Hatcher (welcome back) and Judy Fechner 53.7%, Peter Robinson and Evan Allanson 48.6%, Helen Sandow and Ziggy Mentz 46.5%, Trish Page and Hans Haan 40.3%, Peta Connor and Chris Stutley 40.2%, Joan and Howard Haese 40%. Information on 8563 3204.

Scores Fullbore: A Helbig 47.2, 48.3, 95.5, 6.75, 74.07, 17; L Williams 49.3, 50.6, 99.9, 4.25, 23.5, 18; B Ireland 46.1, 49.3, 95.4, 5.75, 86.96, 20; D Lindner 49.3, 49.6, 98.9. 4.5, 44, 18; D Pumpa Ret’d.; W Cailes 39, 41.2, 80.2, 16; J Hoerisch 48.3, 49.7, 97.10, 8, 37.5, 17; S Barrie 42.2, 46.1, 88.3, 19.75, 60.76, 12. F Class: P Larsen 49.1, 52.1, 101.2, 16.75, 117.75; S Larsen 50.2, 56.3, 106.5 n/a; A Kerin 49.1, 56.3, 105.4, 7.75, 112.75; T Otto 57.2, 58.4, 115.6, 3, 118; J Taylor 51, 57.2, 108.2, 6.75, 114.75. Next week, 800 yds R. Koehler Trophy.

DARTS Gawler Darts results on Nov 4 by ‘Pegout’ Men’s div, October 31. Team Rehab 9 def Spot ON 6, Barflys Bye, T&A’s 8 def Raiders 7, Crackers 10 def Enigmas 5, 180 thrown by Gary Tyrrell - 171 thrown by Shane Edwards, 6 peg outs Bob Pryde, Jamie Tredale, Peter McVicar , HPO 120 Scott Thomas. Premiership: T&A 10-53; Enigmas 8.51; Crackers 8.50; Team Rehab 4.27; Raiders 2.28; Barflys 2-27; Spot On 2-22. Ladies - November 2. Angels 8 def Nashos 7-; Hepcats 9 def Saints 6—6; Pegs- Deb Bellchambers HPO-103 Anita Mathews and Beryl McCoombe.





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Gawler Petanque Club results. Sunday, November 6. Played at Chateau Dorrien. Game One. Harvey Walker (junior) / Lilian Elles / Cameron Paul (junior) d Glenis Head / Margaret Randall / Roger Davis 13–10; John Gejas / Rob Mitchell d Luke Randall (junior) / Stan Wilson 13–9. Game Two. Luke Randall (junior) / Rob Mitchell / Harvey Walker (junior) d John Gejas / Margaret Randall / Roger Davis 13–5; Stan Wilson / Glenis Wilson d Lilian Elles / Cameron Paul (junior) 13–3. Game Three. John Gejas / Cameron Paul (junior) d Glenis Head / Margaret Randall 13–10; Stan Wilson / Roger Davis d Luke Randall (junior) / Lilian Elles 13–9. Congratulations to the team that played in the second round of the league played at the Pt Noarlunga Club last week. Margaret Randall, Rob Mitchell and Harvey Walker (junior) played five games to end up in 12th position awarding Gawler with three points. Gawler Petanque Club usually meets at 1.30pm on Sundays at Essex Park,Victoria Terrace, Gawler (next to tennis courts), unless the forecast temperature on the preceding Friday evening is for 35°C or above. The first Sunday of each month games are played at Chateau Dorrien, Tanunda. Everyone, from eight years upwards, is welcome to come along and enjoy a game of petanque. The first three visits are free. Experience is not necessary, boules and training are available. For more information contact Margaret Randall on 8563 1323. or 0427 631 323.




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Further frustration By ROBERT LAIDLAW GAWLER Rangers baseball side cannot seem to take a trick this season, losing 5-11 to former winless East Torrens at Payneham in Division Three. Again it was just one inning that hurt Rangers, as Torrens scored eight times in the third with fielding lapses proving crucial. A two-run hit from Ricky Clark gave Gawler the perfect start, as the Rangers led 2-0 in the first inning, but the Redsox matched the effort in the bottom of the frame, two errors hurting the visitors. Over the next two innings Gawler had runners in scoring position but failed to capitalise. Then the fateful bottom of the third frame finished the game as a contest, with eight runs for Torrens, only two earned. Gawler made a charge in the fifth thanks to a couple of walks and Dean Richards’ RBI single. With time running out, the Rangers needed to retire Torrens quickly to have a chance to force another inning in the bottom of the fifth frame, but the Redsox held on and scored another run. Relief pitcher Sam Murphy threw 2.1 innings for four hits and three walks while striking out four batters. Gawler B grade went down 1-5 to Flinders University in a tight game, where the Rangers struggled to bring home base runners. In the first inning Ryan O’Handley walked and eventually scored on Steve Allen’s ground out, but Flinders answered with a pair of runs in the bottom half of the frame. Club coach Mark Amphlett pitched four innings, giving up three hits and striking out four batters, while Wayne Jenkins did a good job


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but the Rangers bats were relatively quite for the rest of the game. Gawler’s Little League Minors came from behind with five last inning runs to beat Redsox 11-8, Pike Jackson’s double the big hit. Another exciting round of slowpitch was played last Friday, with Gawler Rangers winning both games of a double header to clear out on top, while VB and White Pointers could not be separated. For details on Slow Pitch, contact Rob on 0407 979 163.

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A1 Angaston 157 (J E Miles 38, B S Burgess 28, B Burgess 28; L T Mitchell 3/39, D P Smith 3/40, P G White 2/31) and 5/90 dec (K J Vivian 44, N Pech 26; T Impett 2/8) def South Gawler 67 (B Burgess 6/21, B P Woodards 2/18) and 3/138 (R T Barker 56*, S M Lay 25*; M J Blenkiron 2/25). Gilbert Valley 7/255 (C A Mullins 80, T Smith 63, D C Busch 33*, J Vater 30; C Bilney 5/67) and 2/27 def Gawler Central 175 (M P Davis 40, A M Frackowski 26; C A Mullins 6/28, J Shahinger 2/28). Nuriootpa 97 (D S Doecke 35; J Brown 3/20, M Ryan 2/6, S Ryan 2/10, M Goldsmith 2/18) and 4/135 (M C Zerner 48, B S Perkins 37, L A Steinborner 25; R Johnson 3/23) def Kapunda 94 (J Brown 27; J C Lienert 5/10, D S Doecke 3/39). Tanunda 5/300 (C Gattermayr 82, T Schwartzkopff 80*, M Whitelum 78) def Sandy Creek 158 (L Hill 30, A P Kokot 28, A Crothers 25; M Hartigan 2/23, M Wegener 2/25, C Gattermayr 2/30, M Boschen 2/32). A1 Reserves Truro 111 (S W Lord 26*; J V Wickman 5/26, E Giedel 2/22, M J Robinson 2/26) def Lyndoch 86 (T Eggleton 3/9, Z Giles 3/23, J J Krzoska 2/37) and 2/104 (C Kinlock 56*, A Berndt 25*; J J Krzoska 2/20). Freeling 8/256 (L K Heinrich 105, I M McMillan 62, R J Montgomery 50*; M Wilksch 2/37) def Eudunda-Robertstown 106 (K Nietschke 44*; R J Montgomery 5/35, J Robinson 2/30). Greenock 238 (G Stevens 105, L Heinrich 53, S Nitschke 43; W Gripton 4/46) def by Light Pass 7/246 (W Gripton 74, R Mattner 39, T Gladigau 29*, S Schmidt 26*; G Nitschke 2/23, G Stevens 2/51). A2 Sandy Creek 9/273 (G Werner 71*, M Donohoe 49, S T Koch 37. T M Lee 33, M Horsburgh 29; W Akkerman 3/44, T Swan 2/61) def Tanunda 106 (T Swan 40; S T Koch 5/26, N A Gum 2/23). Light Pass 173 (B Matthews 43, S Davies 26; D Schiller 7/28, J Schmidt 3/29) def Nuriootpa 145 (J Tregenza 51, M Milne 35; A Davidson 5/37, S Davies 5/47) and 3/126 (M Milne 49*, J Schiller 26; S Davies 2/13).. Gawler Central 2/257 (M S Perry 117*, S J Cordwell 68, J T Mercer 62) def Greenock 137 (D Cameron 54; C Ingram 7/25) and 61 ( B Usher 28; C A Dawe 5/7, B Skuse 4/17). South Gawler 6/163 (A Mackay 67, J Dare 32*, K Antoney 28; M Pech 2/39, A Murphy 2/40) v Angaston 90 (A Peel 31”; L McCracken 4/26, P Blackburn 3/12, J Mackereth 2/21) and 5/129 (D Rathjen 41, A Murphy 36; J Dare 2/14, B Bain 2/25). A3 Sandy Creek Green 246 (D R Ireland 57, B Silvy 47, M P Cotton 41, J Power 30; S Hanisch 3/7, J Wright 3/50, C Hirst 2/45) def Freeling 221 (J Wright 131, C Hirst 25; L G Bennie 3/34, J Power 3/55). Kapunda 8/154 (J Zanandrea 52, A Nitschke 36, T J Williams 25; B Smart 3/23, S Brooks 2/18) def Tanunda 84 (D Goddard 3/23, A May 2/10, T J Williams 2/20, J Zanandrea 2/24). Lyndoch 55 (R Giles 3/14, K Hoffman 3/17, S Murphy 2/9) and 7/147 (S Scally 39, W Aylett 32*; G Smith 2/8. B Smith 2/32) def by Truro 4/175 dec (D Hahn 96, K Hoffman 31). Gawler Central 202 (A Vivian 110, S S Oldman 29; D K Jug 5/29, M J Coleman 3/30) def Sandy Creek Yellow 177 (D K Jug 54, A M van Dommele 35, N Goodman 27*; A Vivian 2/16, S Dawe 2/22). Gilbert Valley 264 (M Day 82, J Owens 59*, J M Vater 29, L Molineux 29; M Hammerling 4/33, S Klingbiel 3/52, R Schultz 2/43) def Nuriootpa 94 (C B Bartel 46; M Kooyman 2/11, T Conell 2/12, J Connell 2/14, A E Callery 2/18). A4 Tanunda 147 (G Shaw 3/6, J Watt 3/15) def by Freeling 3/150 (C Eichner 85, G Shaw 45*). Nuriootpa 8/199 (S Muir 4/47, P Brown 2/40) def Kapunda 90 (D Hornsey 26). Greenock 6/158 def Gawler Central 90 (P Nitschke 7/17, B Verne 3/22). Lyndoch 8/80 def by Mallala 107 (D Cawrse 37; D Boyle 4/16, P Brook 2/17, A Daken 2/26). A5 Light Pass 67 (M Sparks 29; D Carnelly 2/1, C M Schultz 2/24, T Herrmann 2/25) def by Angaston 7/169 (D Carnelly 59*, A F Plush 41; N Koop 3/34, K Nitschke 2/16). Eudunda-Robertstown 2/57 (T Baker 29*; D B Washington 2/18) def South Gawler 9/54 (D B Washington 28; B Rule 5/5, T Baker 2/13). Gilbert Valley 0/74 def Greenopck 7/61. Under 16 Freeling 68 (J Brown 2/22) def by Kapunda 169 (R Hocking 42, T J Williams 33, J Brown 31; T Barnes 3/25, B Haseldine 2/9, H M Moss 2/17, M McAvoy 2/36). Gawler Central Gold 4/185 (V Kroon 70*, B Swan 62; J Baldwin 2/14) def Greenock 109 (J Robertson 61; H Rawlings 3/0, A Connelly 3/11, J Nelson 2/29). Angaston had a bye. Mallala/Lyndoch 52 (T Stansborough 7/11, J Urquhart 2/10) def by Gawler Central Black 4/172 (J Urquhart 35, J Harvey 33*, B Pasin 33*). Sandy Creek Green 37 (C Robinson 4/4, R C Bielby 2/2, M J Slade 2/2) def by Sandy Creek Gold 8/131 (B Dew 66*; D R Kickel 2/10, B M Irvine 2/24). Nuriootpa/Light Pass 9/109 (K Nitschke 38; J Millar 3/8, D Korber 2/13, B Bain 2/14) def South Gawler 8/34 (C Ireland 4/13, J Braunack 2/2). Under 14 Angaston 6/127 v Gilbert Valley 89 (J Howell 2/13, T Jackman 2/20). Lyndoch 9/98 (D Koch 36) def by Eudunda-Robertstown 5/106 (B Launer 35*; M Dalliston 2/8). Kapunda 8/149 (A T Smith 52*, K Brown 34; T Fryer 3/7, J Broadhead 3/14) def Freeling 7/103 (J Bracegirdle 28*; A T Smith 3/5). Sandy Creek 60 (S Dunn 3/5, L Birchard 2/3, E Matte 2/8) def by Tanunda 9/251 (A Radzevicius 41*, L Birchard 34*, H Fielke 29, S Dunn 25). South Gawler 77 (T Wegner 2/1, W Linke 2/4) def by Nuriootpa 8/188 (N Lange 50, M Norton 40; A J Furner 2/15, B Judd Smith 2/21). Gawler Central had a bye. Under 12 Angaston 62 (J Docherty 3/3) def by Tanunda White 3/135. Tanunda Black v Gilbert Valley Blue. Nuriootpa 3/58 def Eudunda-Robertstown 4/75. Gilbert Valley Maroon v Mallala. South Gawler 5/83 def Light Pass 5/72. Lyndoch 5/67 def Gilbert Valley Red 6/75 (B Wilkin 2/7). Greenock had a bye. Sandy Creek 69 (J Nichols 2/4, J Marsden 2/11) def by Gawler Central 4/115 (L R Retallick 40*). 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KAPUNDA The Lower North Hire Monthly Medal was keenly contested in warm humid conditions last week at Kidman Links. There was a good contingent of early starters, among them Michael Hennessey, who finally put it all together to card an excellent score of nett 68 to clinch the day’s trophy and a place in the shoot out for the Paul McCarthy Gold Medal. Mick didn’t have it all his own way with Gary Brusche just the one shot further back on 69 which was good enough for a win in the B grade ahead of Craig Kupke and Theo Symons on 71. In the A grade it was the nuggety Daniel Arch who also showed his true potential with his 70 just pipping Mick Fiddes on 71 and the Black Shark Roger Mottau on 72. Nett 70 was also good enough to win the C grade with the wild man of the west, Davy Crockett sneaking in ahead of Jimmy Wilson and another veteran in James Kerrigan. A good contingent of fillies was led by Janet Morrison with a very good 72. During the week the summer twilight competition got under way with about 35 players teeing it up. A good healthy field for the first outing of the season. While the locals were battling it out at Royal Kapunda five others were trying to hold up the banner in the pennants comp against the Barossa at the Clare golf club. It was a pretty tight contest with the score at two matches each with Mark Pettigrew the only one to make it to the 18th and a chance to clinch it for the Bombers. Earlier Pres Tony “Cougar” Holding and Ian Clarke had won their matches by the 16th hole but unfortunately Boo Menzel and Joe “Catfish” Ryan went down narrowly. The last match came down to the 18th thanks to a lucky break which saw opponent Graham Johnson put his second shot on the 17th OOB after the ball bounced the wrong way off a tree. It was a match of seesawing fortunes with both players doing their best to lose it. The 18th saw the local lad finally hit a fairway while Graham, as he had done all day, belted his drive 60m further down but slightly off to the right. The previous holes favour was almost repaid with the second shot of Pegs finishing with 7/8ths of the ball outside of the boundary fence wire. An attempted recovery shot through fence didn’t go quite to plan and the Barossa team won three and two. All in all the day was well supported by Clare and Gawler clubs along with Barossa and Kapunda and it is a great way to meet other golfers in the district for a “friendly” matchplay format. Luckily the next round is at Gawler Golf club so it will hopefully alleviate the boys from the south being late for the tee off. I do believe there is a motor cyclist out there somewhere who allegedly held the boys up on the way to Clare and is lucky he arrived on two wheels. This week we have the Steve Krieg stableford multiplier round so grab yourself a partner for what should be another fun round of golf. Just a couple of reminders to finish up with. Twilight is on again tonight, as it is on each Wednesday over summer, with tee off from about 4pm. Also the Annual General Meeting will be held on November 22 at the clubhouse so keep that date free to come along and support the club with a good turnout. Winner: M Hennessy 68. A grade: D Arch 70; M Fiddes 71; R Mottau 72; S Byrne 72; B Williams 73; T Scheer 73.B grade: G Brushe 69; C Kupke 71; T Symons 71; K Hayter 74. C grade: D Crockett 70; J Wilson 71; J Kerrigan 74; G Smith 76. Ladies: J Morrison 72; C Molloy 75; D Strangward 77; I Smith 78. TANUNDA Saturday stroke. Overall winner: M Woodrow 63 (Jacobs Creek). Winners: A grade: P Stacey 72 (Rockford); r/up T Jenkins 74 (c/b). B grade: B Hagey 70 (c/b, St Hallett); r/up S Coombs 70. C grade: M Woodrow 63 (Vine Inn); r/up J Denley 70. Ladies: J MacPhail 77 (voucher). Long Drive: A grade: P Denley; B grade: A Ayres; C grade: N Harris. NTP: 6th N Norman (Peter Lehmann); 8th: P Stacey (TPGB); 11th: M Woodrow (Langmeil); 16th: J Gooden (Rusden). 7th 2nd shot: B Grocke (Kalleske). Rundown: D Lane 71, P Giersch 72, A Ayres 72, N O’Brien 73, T Schmaal 73, C McMillan 74, P Denley 74, J Gooden 74, B Andrews 74. Sunday Pro Shop - stableford. C Otham 38; R Casey 36. Mens midweek - stableford. P Lawrie 41 c/b; C Crichton 41; D Kraehenbuhl 39; R Wallace 38 c/b; R Homburg 38. NTP: P Lawrie. BAROSSA Saturday - blue course. Stroke. 79 players - 73 men, six women, 10 visitors. Winners: A grade: J Gerhardy 70; B grade: D Quodling 71; C grade: C Sims 69. Ball winners. A grade (25 players): C Berndt 72, J Clarbull 72, N Cheary 72, R Thiele 73, T Cowgilll 73. B grade (29 players): D Trinne 73, D Venning 74, B Weedon 74, G Neilson 75, M Bogan 75, J Chinner 76. C grade (19 players): B Griffiths 69, G Johnson 69, M Graetz 71, G Maxted 72. Ladies: Day winner T Love 73. M Dunn 74. NTP: 3rd S Eygenraam (Henschke Wines); 4th 2nd shot: D Trinne (Laucke Mills); 6th: D Quodling (Ian Devlin Golf); 12th: J Clarbull (Guy Ewing Chemplus); 10th 2nd shot: R Albenese (Celllarmaster Wines); 17th: C Berndt (Harbord Wines). Long Drives sponsored by Regional Transport Training Services. A greade - C Berndt; B grade - J Ortlieb; C grade - T Bartlett. Putting: G Wills; Ladies novelty: M MacGillivray. Midweek - white course - par. 45 players, one visitor. Day winner: D Raethel +4; runner up: R Thiele +3. Ball winners: R Staehr +3, A Graham +3, T Aberg +2, S Eygenraam +2, A Prior +2, R Higgins +1, I Fyfe +1, G Neilson +1, R Kraft +1. NTP: 6th: M Nichols; 15th: D Raethel. 4BBB S Eyengraam +10; A Prior. MT PLEASANT Saturday - stableford. A grade: N Wilson 41; J Richards 40; T Mitchell 37; L Claridge 37; M Swann 37. Matchplay pennants. Mt Pleasant d Balaklava 4-1. Midweek - stableford. A grade: R Elliott 35; K Franklin 34; T Lehmann 33.

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B grade: B Kneebone 36, P Boucher 34; G Benier 33. Thursday - ladies stableford. L Stephens 37; K Franklin 36; S King 36; G Ludlow 36; D Watkins 32. GAWLER Wednesday ladies. The feature event was the Kingsford Hotel stableford comp. Winner was K Barr with 38pts, runner up V Blows with 34pts on a count back from R Sullivan. NTPS: R Sullivan (4th), M Bow (6th). Birdie to K Barr (4th). Thursday. Chook Fowler returned to form and his 40pts was good enough to win by two from J Connelly on a count back from M Dawes, both on 38. Ball winners. N Heinrich, P Heffernan 38, K Morse, B Kite, R Roy 37, D McLeod, J Maguire, P Roach, A Jewell, J Baum 36. NTP: Elders 4th: K Morse; Spencer Flooring 6th: R Sawyer; Elders 11th: C Swinstead. Birdie balls. D Butler, G Barber, A Jewell, D Funnell, D Harte, C Swinstead. Eagles. The 9th succumbed to R Volraat and P Heffernan while K Morse holed out on the 4th for a hole in one. Midweek end. Ian Chaplin with 40pts took out the midweek. Ball winners: B John, B Kite, D Milner 37pts. Saturday. Is there anyone at the club who isn’t aware Cliff Commings won the Dale Wood Monthly Medal? Just in case, Clifford’s 67 was the winning score for the day. A grade: C Commins 67; P Baker 70; C Lockwood 72. B grade: H Smits 71; M Beck 73; T Carter 73. C grade: K Poulton 70; J Ashdown 71; T Pipicella 72. Ladies: S Francas 76. Ball winners. D Harper, A Jeffery, B Sankey 72; R Clarke, J Peel, C Morrison, R Morris, G Caldwell, D Hubber, B Marsh. NTP and Long Drives. Uleybury Wines 2nd: J Holmes; St Kilda Hotel 3rd long drive: G Barber; Giannitp Hotels 3rd shot 9th: J Assender; Fasta Pasta long drive 10th: G Modra; High Beam Car/Dog Wash 11th: H Smits; Bushmans Hotel 14th: S Sandercock; Willaston Hotel 16thy: G Donaldson. Birdie balls. P Warburton, D Harper, T Bow, A Whitaker, C Swinstead, R Polito, M Yardley. Next weekend is the Tony Davies Monthly Stableford event. Sunday. Winner was apprentice handbrake Russell McNamara with 39pts, runner up was new member Mark Nottage visiting nthe winner’s circle for the first time with 38 pts. NTPS: Cheesecake Shop 4th: J Agar. Ball winners. Coombs, J Agar 37. Birdie balls. R Polito.

BOWL: Brett Burgess of Angaston gives his all while bowling against South Gawler watched by batsman Mark Sims. His efforts were rewarded with a first innings haul of 6/21.

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STARPLEX Basketball Monday juniors 12 and under. Division One: Jets d Little Lions 30-23; Barossa d Sandy Creek 255; Storm d Warriors 1 28-15. Division Two: Brookers d Barossa Bulldogs 30-8; Undertakers d Starplex Hawks 34-10; All Stars d Craigmore Big-Birds 13-10. 14 and under. Sharks d Raiders 34-25; Hawks d Lakers 24-8; Craigmore Flight d Backflippers 38-0. 16 and under. Craigmore Thunder d Green Street Elite 26-9; Barossa Blue d Barossa Red 25-18; Warriors 2 d Smurfs 19-7. Monday evening men Division One: Wizards 38 d by The Beard Of Chuck 27; Blitzers 35 d Black Knights 34; Flight Team 45 d Dilligaf 32; Run & Gun 45 d Hurricanes 30; Wolverines 37 d M & M’s 36. Division Two: Turbos 38 d Off In The Shower 31; Muffin Stuffers 60 d Donkeys 19; Flames 48 d Red Rockets 30; He Got Game 72 d Beam Team 32; Shakers 54 d Wreckless 20. Tuesday daytime ladies Cheeky Chicks 43 d Phantoms 39; Organised Kaos 46 d Flukes 33. Tuesday juniors Wild Lions 8 d New Stars 7; Allstars 8 d Celtics 4; Starplex Hawks 15 d Sudden Impact 14; Barossa 2 6 d Redbacks 0; Run & Gun 25 d Rockstars 4; Central Lions 18 d Barossa 1 13; Brookers 11 d Red Devils 10; Williamstown Giants 10 d Tigers 9; Central Little Lions 15 d Angle Vale Foxes 2; Lightning 6 d Dragons 4. Tuesday night men Gang Green 52 d The Boys 24; Outlaws 58 d Taipans 22; The Was Nots 32 d Tanks 21; Clumsy Ninjas 38 d Has Beens 35; O2 Tha Fn 60 d Gbs 35; James 53 d Pacers 25; Hawks 56 d Steelers 33; Red Lions 51 d Swarrens 17. Wednesday evening ladies T/Birds d Pink Panthers 56-12; Tango d Warriors 47-13; Brookers d Roseworthy Black 20-0. Thursday night mixed Five Stars 30 d Spurtics 19; Ultim8’s 56 d Black Magic 27; 69ers 67 d Chicken 45; Beamers 49 d More Effort 20; Its Only Social 39 d The Dribblers 21; Comets 50 d Steelers 28

Monday night ladies Mixed Nuts 33 d Purple 18; Wild Turkeys 33 d Cougars 24; Fumble Beez 35 d Barossa 19; The Opposition 29 d Jitterbugs 21. Tuesday evening mixed That’s What She Said 31 d S Club 7 16; Hot Spuds 17 drew with Pink Paws 17; Vengaboiis 27 d Demdem 15; Black Thunders 30 d Falcons 23; Dirty Beaches 26 d Lol 10; Power Rangers 17 d Balls Of Steal 13; Bitty 7’s 42 d The Destroyers 19; Hi Viz Heroes 22 d Team Phat 8. Wednesday juniors 11 and under: South Gawler 14 d Trinity 4 10; Trinity 5 17 d Trinity 1 16; Trinity 3 18 d Trinity 7 8; Trinity 2 13 drew with Trinity 6 13. 13 and under: Trinity 2 10 d Trinity 7 6; Trinity 3 34 d Trinity 6 10; Trinity 1 19 d Trinity 4 3. 16 and under: Inter 1. Trinity 4 31 d Trinity 1 9; Trinity 3 37 d Trinity 5 9. Inter 2. Trinity 4 21 d Trinity 5 15; Trinity 1 29 d Trinity 6 3; Trinity 63 11 d Trinity 2 9. Wednesday evening ladies Lollipops 31 d Tigers 15; Pink Bits 39 d Trinity 4 32; Mallala 32 d Mixed Nuts 17; Escapees 32 d Tosnc Blue 28; Mels Army 27 d Bits & Pieces 18; Bulldogs 31 d Mamma Bears 18; Kmp 23 d The Fruit Loops 17; Trinity 2 19 d Trinity 5 16; Dirt Diamonds 31 d Trinity 6 14; Trinity 3 39 d Two Wells Roosters 11; Diamonds 34 d Nite Flyers 10; Inxs 39 d Donnybrooks 26; Trinity 1 26 d Family Affairs 24. Wednesday evening mixed Lucky Lemons 26 d All Blacks 20; Skalliwags 29 d DTF 10; Masterclass 31 d Sparkle Motion 14; The Fat Pack 28 d Rascals 24. Friday ladies daytime Teals 33 d Barely There 25; Wasleys 27 d Mummas 25; Lady Birds 31 d Straight Up 15.

Futsal Soccer Under 8s: Superstars 6 d Lil Stars 0. Under 10s: The Strikers 9 d Break Aways 2; Black Magic 4 d Red Eagles 0. Under 12s: Pink Panthers 5 d Bazingas 2; South Lions 7 d Mp Strikers 3; Big Warriors 5 d Mighty Reds 4. Under 16s Spekkies 4 d Blazing Blues 1; Pondi Rangers 7 d Wildcats 1; Big Hits 12 d Just For Kicks 2.

GAWLER 8-BALL Results from matches played on November 3. XChanged d Willaston Warriors 8-7; Overway Whos Ya Momma d Lyndoch Hotel 11-4; Exchange Hotel d Willaston Farcues 10-5; Soccer Club Eagles d Smithfield What The’s 9-6; Smithfield Outsiders d Soccer Club Kruisers 10-5; Two Wells No Fear.Comm d Roseworthy Shooters 12-3; Roseworthy Blue d Two Wells Commercial 9-6. Premiership Team P W L F A S Two Wells No Fear.Comm 2 2 0 23 7 4 Smithfield Outsiders 2 2 0 21 9 4 Roseworthy Blue 2 2 0 20 10 4 Exchange Hotel 2 2 0 20 10 4 XChanged 2 2 0 16 14 4 Overway Whos Ya Momma 2 1 1 18 12 2 Soccer Club Eagles 2 1 1 16 14 2 Soccer Club Kruisers 2 1 1 14 16 2 Willaston Farcues 2 1 1 13 17 2 Willaston Warriors 2 0 2 13 17 0 Two Wells Commercial 2 0 2 10 20 0 Smithfield What The’s 2 0 2 10 20 0 Lyndoch Hotel 2 0 2 9 21 0 Roseworthy Shooters 2 0 2 7 23 0

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Roseworthy continued their excellent early season form with an impressive 14 sets to two win over Xavier Saints. Roseworthy’s Jayden Ruediger continued his great form. Kapunda also kept its winning form with a victory over Lyndoch at home and moves into second position on the ladder behind the undefeated Roseworthy. In the other match Vine Vale played consistent tennis to defeat Tanunda.

Division Two South Gawler Blue 10-83 d Tanunda White 6-65 ; Willaston 9-93 d Lyndoch 7-73; Tanunda Black 9-73 d South Gawler White 7-74; Tod St 1188 d Nuriootpa 5-72. Match of the round was Willaston playing the previously unbeaten Lyndoch. In a very tight match Willaston prevailed nine sets to seven to keep positions at the top of the ladder keenly contested. In other matches South Gawler Blue kept its winning ways with a 10 sets to six win over Tanunda White.

Division Three Virginia Green 9-73 d Willaston Red 7-70; Willaston United 9-69 d Vine Vale 7-58. In hot and overcast conditions a hard fought game was played between Willaston United and Vine Vale. After the doubles Vine Vale had a slender lead having won three of the four doubles.but Willaston United fought back to win six of the eight singles. Going into the mixed doubles Willaston United was up seven games to six so it was down to the mixed doubles combinations to decide who would win the day. Vine Vale won the first two mixed doubles and looked like they were going to win the day but to Willaston United’s credit they did not give up and won the remaining two mixed doubles which gave them the win with 9 sets 69 games to 7 sets 58 games. Match stars for the round were Sean Ellery, Kelly Ellery, Willaston United and Steven Schwarz, Vine Vale. All three won their singles matches 6-0

Barossa, Light and Gawler junior combined

Division One Boys: Freeling 6-42 def Lyndoch (forfeited); Roseworthy 3-29 def Xavier Saints 3-27. Division Two Boys: Lyndoch Blue 642 def Lyndoch Red (forfeited); Xavier Saints 5-40 def Vine Vale 1-18. Division One Girls: Kapunda 4-39 def Marananga 2-21; Trinity College 3-327 def Lyndoch 3-25. Division Two Girls: Angaston 4-30 def Kapunda 2-25; Tanunda 4-4-41 def Xavier Saints 2-28; Freeling /Tod Street 5-43 def Lyndoch 1-31. GDTA juniors Division Three Boys: Lutheran St Georges 5-37 d Trinity Gold 1 - 22; Willaston 4-32 d Lutheran St Georges 2-26; Riverton 5-30 d Trinity Blue 1-17. Division Four Boys: Xavier Saints Black 4-29 d Willaston 2-21; Trinity Red 4-30 d Trinity Gold 2-16. Division Three Girls: Lutheran St Georges 5-33 d Trinity College 1-16; Riverton 4-30 d Tod St 2-19. Division Four Girls: Trinity Gold 3-24 d Trinity Gold 3-21; Xavier Saints 6-37 d Willaston 0-11; Trinity Red 4-29 d Lutheran St. Georges 2-17.


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Division One Vine Vale 10-87 d Tanunda 6-69; Roseworthy 14-105 d Xavier Saints 2-56; Kapunda 9-74 d Lyndoch 7-72.

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Inter Association matches against Port Pirie on November 13 at Port Pirie and Mildura in Gawler on December 3 and 4. Details are on Gawler Tennis Association website. NOTE: For Friday, November 11 Division Five boys are at Association courts starting at 7pm.

FOREHAND: Tanunda’s Brett Jenner playing at Vine Vale. Barossa and Light juniors Division Three: Nuriootpa 4-30 def Tanunda White 2-26; Lyndoch 4-29 def Tanunda Black 2-25; Kapunda 536 def Moculta 1-23; Angaston 5-34 def Tanunda Silver 1-26. Division Four: Tanunda Silver 6-36 def Vine Vale 0-8; Nuriootpa 4-31 def Tanunda Black 2-19; Lyndoch 3-28 def Angaston 3-22; Kapunda 4-30 def Tanunda White 2-21. Division Five: Lyndoch 5-31 def Keyneton 1-17; Freeling 4-33 def Tanunda 2-19; Angaston 5-34 def Kapunda 1-19. Division Six: Tanunda White 4-32 def Angaston 2-21; Tanunda Black 4-29 def Vine Vale Green 2-19; Vine Vale White 5-32 def Kapunda Black 1-27; Kapunda Red 6-36 def Nuriootpa 0-7. Division Seven (green ball): Tanunda Black 6-36 def Tanunda Silver 0-17; Vine Vale Green 6-36 def Vine Vale Black 0-15; Nuriootpa 4-34 def Angaston White 2-20; Kapunda 4-26 def Vine Vale White 2-20; Angaston Blue 6-36 def Keyneton 0-16; Freeling 6-36 def Tanunda White 017. Reminder: Results and premiership tables can be accessed on the web tions

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Monday Night Red/White Freeling Outsiders 8-62 def Woodies 4-41; Maranock 8-60 def Angaston All Stars 4-46; Gully Breezes 8-66 def Kapunda 4-47; Peckers 9-67 def Via Allendale 3-38; Cana’balls 8-51 def Barossa Blues 4-43. Monday Night Blue Whose Fault 12-75 def Keyneton 036; Jacobs Creek 9-65 def Kick Ace 3-32; Nuts 4 Tennis 8-64 def The Whackits 4-45. Wednesday Night Red Tanunda Down Under 10-66 def Nuri Chasers 2-39; Lyndoch Leftovers 664 def Toyota Cruisers 6-58; The Bye 7-59 def Angaston Panthers 5-40; Gibson Wines 8-65 def VVTC Bottles 4-42. Wednesday Night White What a Racquet 6-52 def Mixers 660; Team Racket 12-72 def Stablemates 0-22; Match Fixers 8-65 def Rebels 4-48. Wednesday Night Blue Angaston Blues 10-67 def Making a Racquet 2-26; Havin a Ball 7-56 def Tiggers 5-47; Manooknas 10-67 def Parrots 2-33.

Barossa and Light Tennis Association premierships Division Three R Team 1 Angaston 2 Nuriootpa 3 Tanunda White 4 Kapunda 5 Moculta 6 Lyndoch 7 Tanunda Black 8 Tanunda Silver

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GF 102 98 74 69 56 48 45 26

GA 50 55 82 87 54 55 101 34

Division Four R Team 1 Nuriootpa 2 Lyndoch 3 Tanunda Black 4 Tanunda Silver 5 Kapunda 6 Angaston 7 Tanunda White 8 Vine Vale

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The Herald Bowls Report Barossa and Light results

Bowls teams EUDUNDA Division One v Nuriootpa at Nuriootpa: M Geister, T Schiller, M Schutz, J Hanns; G Mitev, W Mader, P Voigt, P Eva; R Leditschke, J Willoughby, A Pfitzner, B Warner; G Doecke, R Milde, D Kleinig, G Schmidt. Cars to leave at 12.35pm. Division Three v Nuriootpa Gold at Eudunda: G Zerner, D Pope, R Regnier, G G Schutz; C Menz, M Treloar, F Schiller, R Hams; M Nietschke, M Christie, G O Schutz, F Schmidt. Umpire: J Milde; Duty rink: G G Schutz. Midweek v Kapunda Red at Eudunda: R Regnier, C Menz, B Warner; G Mitev, TBA, F Schmidt; M Christie, TBA, J Willoughby. Ladies v Kapunda at Eudunda: J Milde, D Leditschke, H Jenke, J Pfitzner; B Marshall, J Johnston, L Mosey, B Pfitzner; M Nietschke, D Twartz, J Bruhn, D Mader; P Dutschke, P Gordge, M Weymouth, S Schutz. Hostesses: J Milde, B Marshall. FREELING Division One has a bye. Division Two v Angaston Blue at Freeling: P Fryer, G Maynard, I McFarlane, J Wright; L Swanson, T Heinjus, R Ratsch, F Hines; A Drury, N Marslen, K Price, B Schuster. Division Three v Kapunda Red at Kapunda: Phil Waldegrave, O Howson, D Jamieson, K Bettens; P Heinjus, P Erskine, G Holmes, W Pitt; J Fidge, P Flowers, W Rivett, L Goedecke. Midweek v Lyndoch Blue at Lyndoch: B Schuster, L Swanson, C Kearns; K Bettens, J Wright, I McFarlane; W Pitt, T Mullins, T Secomb. Reserves: P Waldegrave, J Fidge. KAPUNDA Division One v Lyndoch at Lyndoch. R Gill, B O’Reilly, T Rae, I Otterspoor; C Doecke, G Donovan, W Reardon, R Rogers; W Beavan, A Reinders, P Voumard, G Redden; C Otterspoor, F Hier, J Scholes, M Dew. Cars: B O’Reilly, G Donovan, F Hier, A Reinders. Division Two has a bye. Division Three Red v Freeling at Kapunda: R Matschoss, B Carrick, B Goodfellow, B Cummins; T Scholes, P Sando, B Brearley, B Phillips; G Campell, S Hart, B Morris, D Franks. Division Three Black v Lyndoch at Lyndoch. A Petch, B Sweet, E Pitman, C Reardon; P Ferns, A Wilson, J Pitman, K Dooley; D Sweet, L Leske, J Baldwin snr, J Baldwin jnr. Cars depart 12.15pm. Drivers: C Reardon, L Leske, J Baldwin jnr. Midweek Black v Nuriootpa Black at Kapunda. J Scholes, K Matthews, G Redden; W Beavan, T Leslie, T Rae; P Hart, A Reinders, R Rogers. Duty Rink: T Rae. Midweek Red v Eudunda at Eudunda. J Pitman, T Scoot, C Sunman; J Baldwin, W Reardon, B O’Reilley; R Parker, F Hier, P Voumard. Cars: T Scoot, W Reardon. Ladies v Eudunda at Eudunda. A Petch, E Pitman, S Franks, R Scoot; D Sweet, P Dobbin, T Scholes, C Holmes; K Rae, R Perry, P Ferns, C Reardon; D Huntley, B Hier, A Thiele, C Doecke.

For all the club reports go to our website: and follow the link in sport. And check out the bowls photos in sports gallery. Midweek results for Thursday Round 5 - November 3. Angaston Blue 61 v Angaston White 52. B Teakle 14 v F Thomas 18; J Standish 24 v D Armstrong 12; C Tabe 23 v T Edwards 22. Kapunda Black 71 v Lyndoch Blue 38. T Rae 22 v D Moncrieff 14; R Rogers 23 v M Launder 15; G Redden 26 v B Allen 9. Kapunda Red 62 v Tanunda Black 66. C Sunman 18 v D Heidenreich 27; P Voumard 20 v J Garrett 18; B O’Reilly 24 v C Mahoney 21. Lyndoch Gold 49 v Nuriootpa Black 76. B Day 12 v T Billing 33; T Sharrett 11 v S Jones 28; D Hausler 26 v L Tscharke 15. Nuriootpa Blue 47 v Freeling 56. B Randall 17 v T Secomb 16; P Buckley 17 v I McFarlane 23; D Wilson 13 v C Kearns 17. Nuriootpa Gold 60 v Nuriootpa Green 76. R Chapman 30 v W Williams 24; R Walker 13 v I Klaebe 28; G Langley 17 v R Mattschoss 24. Tanunda White 89 v Eudunda 46. R Schnieder 32 v B Warner 16; A Price 38 v J Willoughby 11; T Ratsch 19 v F Schmidt 19. Ladies Angaston 93 v Lyndoch 66. G Armstrong 24 v V Reeves 11; E Argent 24 v D Turvey 14; L Lablack 17 v G McLeod 21; L Teakle 28 v C Turner 20. Eudunda 81 v Freeling 74. J Milde 26 v L Woods 16; M Nietschke 9 v J Gerrits 26; P Dutschke 20 v L Mullins 13; B Marshall 26 v D Johansen 19. Kapunda 77 v Tanunda 69. C Holmes 26 v M Hurst 16; C Reardon 17 v M Meertens 19; R Scoot 13 v J Farquharson 18; C Doecke 21 v G Woods 16. Nuriootpa had a bye.

Cars: Thirds. LYNDOCH Division One v Kapunda at Lyndoch. R Vanstone, B Prime, J Sharratt, B Howell; D Moncrieff, K North, K Gavin, P Uranjek; B Koch, T Drummond, G Ayres, C Rule; D Green, G Reeves, D Hausler, T Noble. Duty Rink: T Noble; Bar Rink: C Howell. Division Two v Tanunda White at Tanunda. Cars depart 12.30pm. B Day, R Plant, E Palmer, B Allan; D Wilson, A Streames, T Teague, R Filsell; R Heidrich, P Handke, A Turvey, M Launer. Division Three v Kapunda Black at Lyndoch. S Drummond, L Lange, V Reeves, J Allwood; I Knight, R Idel, M Magee, C Turner; S Palmer, J Emerson, J Turner, D Turvey. Reserves: Division One - B Day; Division Two - M Magee; Division Three - K Brown. Midweek Gold v Angaston Blue at Angaston. Cars depart 12.30pm. G Schumacher, G Reeves, D Hausler; K Patmore, B Koch, K Boyle; B Day, R Filsell, TBA. Midweek Blue v Freeling at Lyndoch. D Lindner, A Turvey, M Launer; E Palmer, T Drummond, D Moncrieff; T Haycock, B Allan, B Howell. Duty Rink: M Launer. ANGASTON Division One v Tanunda at Tanunda: P Pech, N Smith, T Edwards, D Jaunay; M Short, J Harris, B Teakle, B Bowden; J Jensen, J Argent, L Buckley, J Standish; M Renshaw, B Hurn, K Sandford, K Brook. Manager: D Jaunay. Cars depart 12.45pm; Drivers: Thirds. Division Two Blue v Freeling at Freeling: G Armstrong, M Hurn, E Argent, K Renshaw; M Storton, W Sibley, E Bond, C Reardon; D Tye, C Piszczuk, M Teakle, L Teakle. Manager: M Storton. Cars depart 12.35pm; Drivers: Thirds. Division Two White v Tanunda Black at Angaston. P Gibbons, B Copperwheat, L Schulz, D Armstrong; M Klingner, S Heinze, B Bullock, B Tuttle; F Bain, T Hopkins, A Booth, C Tabe. Manager: D Armstrong; Duty Rink: D Armstrong. Division Three v Tanunda at Angaston: C Le Page, P Clark, S Barnden, I Philp; A Grear, S MacPherson, J Carruthers, L Lablack; R Benjamin, D Copperwheat, P Kerridge, F Booth. Manager: S Barnden; Umpire: S Barnden. Midweek Blue v Lyndoch Gold at Angaston. L Schulz, M Hurn, K Brook; J Carruthers, M Short, B Teakle; K Woodards, A Harvey, C Tabe. Manager: C Tabe. Midweek White v Nuriootpa Blue at Angaston. A Grear, J Rodgers, T Edwards; I Philp, P Gibbons, D Armstrong; R Benjamin, A Hall, F Thomas . Manager: A Hall. Umpire: B Teakle. TANUNDA Division One v Angaston at Tanunda: C Neldner, S Mewett, J Garrett, C Mahoney; S Pech, D Grear, D Heidenreich, P Rost; R Ellis, I Graetz, K Bartsch, R Schneider; P Baverstock, I Jaensch, R Mewett, B Pech. Division Two Black v Angaston White at Angaston: J Ralston, K Schmaal, G Woods, A Price; G Farquharson, P Secker, K Wallace,D Schiller; R Bartsch, D Pech, M Meertens, D Meertens. Division Two White v Lyndoch at

Tanunda: M Silvbestro, B Williams, B Wallace, E Allanson; F Altmann, W Noack, D Martin, M Hurst; H Rohrlach, J Farquharson, D Koch, T Ratsch. Duty Rink: E Allanson. Division Three v Lyndoch at Tanunda: B Grear, TBA, D Light, D Goodwin; K Schliebs, M Goodwin, TBA, J Miegel; G Meyer, TBA, C Graetz, T Leech. Midweek morning v Kapunda at Kapunda: W Weinmann, M Goodwin, J Ralston, G Woods; E Kampman, B Clarke, J Stephens, M Meertens; L Miegel, L Baverstock, K Wallace, M Hurst; J Schultz. C Altus, D Light, J Farquharson. Midweek Black v Nuriootpa Green at Nuriooptpa: D Martin, B Ellis, D Heidenreich; H Rohrlach, S Mewett, C Mahoney; B Wallace, B Williams, J Garrett. Midweek White v Nuriootpa Gold at Nuriootpa: G Farquharson, J Miegel, R Schneider; C Traeger, K Schliebs, A Price; C Graetz, P Secker, P Baverstock. NURIOOTPA Division One v Eudunda at Nuriootpa. R Mattschoss, R Chapman, C Jones, G Langley; R Garrett, D Wilson, W Williams, R Walker; P Fechner, T Gibbons, B Prior, R Grope; S Ryan, R Randall, S Allen, T Billing. Duty Rink: T Billing. Division Two Gold v Nuriootpa Black at Nuriootpa. Pam Jones, Phil Jones, D Langley, P Buckley; D Bessell, L Cook, M Simpkin, N Collyer; L Fuss, R Warnest, P Rosenberg, I Klaebe. Umpire: R Warnest. Red stickers please. Division Two Black v Nuriootpa Gold at Nuriootpa: B Jones, S Rogers, C Baker, T Elix; C La Nauze, C Hughes, L Tscharke, S Jones; A Jones, M Boehm, D Baker, N Jaensch. Duty Rink: N Jaensch. Division Three Gold v Eudunda at Eudunda. G Krahling, G McCormick, K Bullock, J Mattner; K Williamson, R Waples, L Steer, M Sims; C Reuter, John McIntosh, D Quodling, N Nolan. Cars depart 12.30pm. Drivers: K Bullock, K Williamson, D Quodling. Division Three Black has a bye. Midweek Gold v Tanunda White at Nuriootpa. C Forbes, John McIntosh, T Gibbons; C Allen, S Rogers, R Chapman; J Reusch, P Fechner, G Langley. Umpire: R Chapman. Midweek Black v Kapunda Black at Kapunda. M Medlow, L Tscharke, T Elix; K Bullock, G Prior, T Billing; J Bilney, M Sims, S Jones. Cars depart 12.30pm; Drivers: T Billing, M Sims. Midweek Green v Tanunda Black at Nuriootpa: P White, R Garrett, W Williams; A Fyfe, K Reichelt, R Mattschoss; N Nolan, J Bell, I Klaebe. Umpire: N Nolan; Duty Rink: K Reichelt. Midweek Blue v Angaston White at Angaston. B Klaebe, C Hughes, R Randall; A Rayner, K Harrison, P Buckley; J Mattner, P Rosenberg, D Wilson. Cars depart 12.45pm. Drivers: R Randall, P Buckley, P Rosenberg. Ladies Midweek v Tanunda at Nuriootpa. L Wilkinson, A Shoesmith, N Chapman, M Nolan; H Roberts, J Chapman, G White, P Jones; M Waples, D Dalton, J McIntosh, D Baker; D Allen, V Bessell, U Boettger, M Elix. Duty Rink: M Elix; Umpire: U Boettger.

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5 5 5 5 5 5 5

5 3 2 2 1 1 0

0 0 1 0 1 0 0

0 1 0 1 1 1 1

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492 429 483 372 350 324 341

413 322 452 411 382 395 416

79 107 31 -39 -32 -71 -75

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102 62 53 41 37 26 9

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5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

4 3 2 3 2 1 2 2 0

0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

334 312 295 379 294 289 354 336 242

339 260 288 372 252 287 329 347 336

-5 52 7 7 42 2 25 -11 -94

49.63 54.55 50.60 50.47 53.85 50.17 51.83 49.19 41.87

56 55 49 48 46 37 36 35 18

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5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

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0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

415 307 284 370 290 270 303 276 220

258 249 262 346 239 273 404 357 322

157 58 22 24 51 -3 -101 -81 -102

61.66 55.22 51.97 51.68 54.82 49.72 42.87 43.62 40.59

76 53 52 47 44 44 28 20 16

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Kapunda Black Nuriootpa Black Nuriootpa Green Tanunda White Lyndoch Blue Tanunda Black Freeling Angaston Blue Nuriootpa Gold Kapunda Red Lyndoch Gold Nuriootpa Blue Eudunda Angaston White

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

5 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

324 324 274 336 293 234 208 299 307 282 220 287 260 239

246 260 246 276 304 228 218 296 298 287 264 296 350 318

78 64 28 60 -11 6 -10 3 9 -5 -44 -9 -90 -79

56.84 55.48 52.69 54.90 49.08 50.65 48.83 50.25 50.74 49.56 45.45 49.23 42.62 42.91

70 50 50 49 46 44 42 41 38 38 33 27 19 13

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Eudunda Kapunda Nuriootpa Tanunda Angaston Freeling Lyndoch

5 5 5 5 5 5 5

3 3 2 2 2 2 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

316 310 320 306 393 357 307

310 293 293 285 372 391 340

6 17 27 21 21 -34 -33

50.48 51.39 52.20 51.78 51.37 47.74 47.45

76 72 62 62 50 46 42

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Results for Saturday Pennants Round 5 - November 5. Division One Angaston 95 v Freeling 95. K Brooks 25 v L Ryan 22; J Standish 24 v J Brydson 21; B Bowden 21 v G Fergusson 28; D Jaunay 25 v C Kearns 24. Eudunda 71 v Tanunda 152. P Eva 21 v J Garrett 31; J Hanns 13 v B Pech 45; B Warner 20 v R Schneider 37; G Schmidt 17 v P Rost 39. Kapunda 78 v Nuriootpa 106. I Otterspoor 19 v G Langley 25; G Redden 23 v T Billing 24; M Dew 17 v R Grope 24; R Rogers 19 v R Walker 33. Lyndoch had a bye. Division Two Angaston White 74 v Angaston Blue 74. B Tuttle 20 v F Thomas 21; C Tabe 25 v K Renshaw 30; D Armstrong 29 v L Teakle 23. Lyndoch 92 v Nuriootpa Black 52. R Fillsell 29 v N Jaensch 17; M Launer 38 v S Jones 18; R Allen 25 v L Tscharke 17. Nuriootpa Gold 67 v Tanunda Black 63. P Buckley 25 v A Price 21; N Collyer 19 v D Schiller 24; I Klaebe 23 v D Meertens 18. Tanunda White 63 v Kapunda 62. T Ratsch 15 v K Matthews 23; M Hurst 17 v A Reinders 24; E Allanson 31 v P Maitland 15. Freeling had a bye. Division Three Freeling 67 v Eudunda 52. L Goedecke 18 v F Schmidt 23; K Bettens 32 v R Leditschke 9; W Pitt 17 v R Hams 20. Kapunda Red 65 v Nuriootpa Black 65. B Phillips 25 v M Elix 19; D Franks 18 v P Collyer 23; B Cummins 22 v P Jones 23. Nuriootpa Gold 61 v Kapunda Black 60. M Sims 18 v C Reardon 28; N Nolan 20 v J Baldwin Snr 15; L Steer 23 v K Dooley 17. Tanunda 94.5 v Lyndoch 61. T Leech 39 v C Turner 17; J Miegel 22.5 v J Allwood 26; D Goodwin 33 v D Turvey 18. Angaston had a bye.

DIRECTIONS: Chris Kearns of Freeling indicating where he would like his team’s next bowl to come in to the head. Angaston’s David Jaunay is the observer.

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Sam Cox plays cricket for Tanunda. Where have you played your cricket? Only at Tanunda, if you don’t count indoor cricket and playing way back when in junior primary school.

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What do you have to do to win the grand final? First, win enough games to make it to the grand final, then secondly, make more runs than the other team in the GF. Who are key players at your club? Everyone really, because if it wasn’t for them, then Tanunda wouldn’t be the great club that it is now. What is your speciality, batting or bowling? I would like to say batting considering Captain Grumpy has seen fit to promote me up the order this season, batting me at number 10 instead of 11 like last season. If you ask anyone else though, they’d probably say bowling. What is your most important attribute? The way I seem to keep getting hit on the inner thigh while batting in the nets. I always manage to get hit in the exact same spot every time. I’d like to see someone else achieve that with the same regularity I mange to do it with. Who is a character at the club and why? Paul “Wilbur” Healy - because he doesn’t like cricket. Who is the best player you have played with and against? With: The players that have played in the Tanunda A2s over the years. A good bunch of blokes to have as team mates. Against: Probably M Donohoe from Sandy Creek. One of the cleanest hitters of the ball and a real pain to bowl to. Luckily for me, I bowled him out for 49 on the weekend. Major influence on your cricket: The Aussie cricket bowlers from the late 80s and 90s. Merv Hughes, Craig McDermott, Terry Alderman, etc. Who are your sporting idols? David Boon - for that moustache and the amazing level of fitness he achieved in his cricketing career. Any superstitions? None. What event has inspired or amazed you? No particular event has had a big impact on my life just yet, but I’m sure that the birth of our first child next year will change all that. If you were Prime Minister what issue would you address? The lack of driver education we have in Australia. Drive overseas and you’ll see how much better they are at driving than us.

Pet hates on the oval? I have no idea what my dogs dislike on the oval Favourite actor and movie? Office Space depicts my life as an IT guy. I don’t really have a favourite actor. If someone had to play you in a movie who would it be? Keanu Reeves might look a little similar to me and probably acts just as well as I would. Greatest moment and disappointment? Greatest moment would have been finding out my wife was pregnant. Greatest disappointment would have been losing my father to liver cancer back in 2005. How would you spend a million dollars? I might think about getting some professional batting coaching, see if I can earn a promotion up to at least number 9 in the batting order. What other sport would you love to be the best in the world at and why? Golf - you can be fat and lazy and still win a lot of money. If you could have any four people stranded on a deserted island with you who would they be and why? My wife, naturally. Bear Grylls - he could get us off of the island, or at least make us all “sheeping bags”. Jeremy Clarkson would be an interesting person to have a conversation with. Richard Hammond - to annoy Jeremy and provide us with entertainment at the same time.

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GAWLER Central under 16 Black captain Todd Stansborough has torn through the Mallala / Lyndoch batting line up to claim the remarkable figures of 7/11 from six overs. His premier display of line and length bowling restricted the batting side to just 52 in reply to the Tigers 4/172. Continuing the trend of captains getting it done with the ball, in the A1s Angaston captain Brett Burgess caught fire against South Gawler, capturing 6/21 from 14 overs (which included six maidens) to scuttle the Lions for 67 in their first innings chasing Angaston’s 157. Craig Mullins continued his season’s storming start backing up his knock of 80 to take 6/28 from 12 overs in Gilbert Valley’s 80 run win over Gawler Central.

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figures of their own with Simon Davies 5/47 from 15 overs and Andrew Davidson 5/37 from 14 to share all the wickets. In the A4 contest between Greenock and Gawler Central, Peter Nitschke was pivotal in the Schlungers’ victory, first making 56 not out opening the batting before ripping the Tigers apart taking 7/17 from eight overs to seal the win.


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CENTRAL District Football Club held a 10year reunion for its 2001 premiership team on Saturday night. There were 14 of the players (pictured) in attendance, with premiership captain Daniel Healy and MC Kym Jarman taking turns at interviewing all those in attendance. Alastair Clarkson, the 2001 premiership coach,

was in the USA preparing to run the New York marathon the following day, but sent a video address for the function. The big question on everyone’s lips was whether the Gowans twins, James and Chris were going to retire. Chris indicated that they would go on but James was not so sure. The likelihood is that they will start preseason training and play it by ear.


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Perhaps Craig was fired up by the demise of his beloved Gray Nicholls ‘Giant’ which he snapped at training prompting a flood of sympathy messages on Facebook. The win sees the Bulls sitting comfortably on top of the ladder with consistency the key to them staying in the mix all year. Tanunda captain Tristan Schwartzkopff (80) combined with Christian Gattermayr (82) and Matt Whitelum (78) to help Tanunda (5/300) eclipse Sandy Creek’s 158. In the A1 reserves, Wade Gripton’s 74 was enough to help Light Pass to 7/246 to surpass Greenock’s 238. In the A2s, Nuri’s Damien Schiller, despite taking 7/28 from 14 overs was unable to propel his team to victory against a Light Pass team that had some unique bowling WH1764015

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HOOK-UP: On the last cast of the day.

By LUBIN PFEIFFER HEADING out at last light hopes were sky high. The dead flat almost oily sea rippled as the boat motored out to our chosen destination. Part of the way along the trip up the coast, we passed a penguin making dimples in the ocean as he searched out an easy evening meal. The sun was turning the sky an array of bright purples, oranges and reds as it slowly made its way down in the west. As the boat glided to the

point of one of the islands we were to cast at, there was a series of small splashes and the odd fish could be seen breaking the surface out a bit wider. On closer inspection an ocean full of salmon could be seen in the water below the boat. As the lures were dropped down it was as if the water moved with them as several fish came in for the attack. Bent rods followed the sun down and all that was left were our beaming smiles in the dim light. Tight lines until next week.























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BACKHAND: Steve Standish of Vine Vale plays a backhand during his singles match against Brett Jenner of Tanunda. All the tennis scores are on page 32.

Golf Scores from around the region over the past week are recorded on page 32 along with the write ups from Kapund and Gawler.

Cricket The ball seemed to do better than the bat in the round which concluded on the weekend with several bowlers have excellent returns. See page 31..

Bowls SERVING IT UP: Tim Stephens with long-time coach Peter Vandeleur. This year Tim has played in some pro-tour events and is ranked 558 in Australia. “I’m looking to be inside the top 400 by the end of the month, and I want to be at 250 by January next year,” he said. “While I want to get as far as I can on the pro tour long term, playing for a wild card play-off in Melbourne for the Australian Open next year is the current aim.” To help supplement his

career, Stephens is a level one tennis coach - the first Trinity student to achieve the distinction while still at school - which can help create an income stream if he isn’t pocketing prizemoney. Local coach Peter Vandeleur has mentored the up-andcoming youngster for almost a decade, and is full of praise. “He has the potential to be the best player I’ve coached, but it depends on how hard he works, plus he needs a bit of

luck,” Vandeleur said. “Tim has self belief, a good work ethic and has the ability. He needs to lift his intensity and learn more about reading his opponent, but he is improving. “A student of the game, Tim will make a good coach.” The teenager is looking to finish year 12 and then study at university in astrophysics or applied physics, as he ‘likes knowing how things work on a small scale.’

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WHEN he was six-years-old, Tim Stephens received a tennis racquet for a birthday present. Soon, he was dreaming of emulating the efforts of an upand-coming South Australian on the pro-circuit, Lleyton Hewitt. Now 17, Tim is aiming to try and qualify for the 2012 Australian Open to be played in Melbourne in January. There was some tennis history in the family, with the Trinity College year 11 student’s mum having played the sport as a junior, as did his grandfather. “I started playing almost straight away after that sixth birthday and knew eventually I wanted to go on the pro tour,” Tim said. “Hewitt winning Wimbledon in 2002 was inspiring and I wanted to follow in his footsteps - it laid the foundation of my love of tennis.” Tim started playing tennis for Tod Street, and has played at Para Hills, Modbury, Golden Grove and Tea Tree Gully, and currently ‘aces’ his opponents at The Grove. The young gun has already tasted plenty of success in tournament play including recent titles at the Renmark grass court championships and the Adelaide Cup under 16s last year, and the Gawler under 18 Easter title.

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